Physics is Everything

Interactive Simulations for the Curious Mind

Gravitational Wave Simulator

This Gravitational Wave sim provides an interactive visualization of how disturbances propagate through the fabric of space-time, and offers a simplified representation of the cosmic phenomenon. 

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Note: Simplified simulation for educational purposes only. Not to scale. Best viewed on a computer/laptop browser. Thanks to OpenProcessing.org for hosting.

Particles gaining mass traversing the Higgs field

Watch as particles navigate through space, dramatically changing as they encounter the Higgs field. See them slow down and grow, representing mass gain, then shrink and speed up upon exit. Watch this short clip by astrophysicist Brian Greene for a succinct explanation. 

Instructions:

Note: Simplified simulation for educational purposes only. Not to scale. Best viewed on a computer/laptop browser. Thanks to OpenProcessing.org for hosting.

Scalar Curvature Sim

Best viewed on a computer/laptop browser. Thanks to OpenProcessing.org for hosting.

Instructions:

Note: Simplified simulation for educational purposes only. Not to scale.

Visualizing LHC Atlas Cross-section

My attempt at recreating the inner workings of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Atlas module, the world's largest science experiment. In this interactive 3D visualization, witness the cross-section of the particle-carrying tubes, where subatomic particles race in opposite directions before colliding into each other. Thanks to OpenProcessing.org for hosting.

Note: Simplified simulations for educational purposes only. Not to scale.

Explained eloquently in a Youtube video documentary.

Interactive Gravitational Lensing

Experience the mesmerizing effects of gravitational lensing in this interactive simulation, demonstrating the profound impact of massive objects on the path of light in space.

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Note: Simplified simulation for educational purposes only. Not to scale. 

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