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21 Sep 2013


So many people is very much interested to present the thinks they know in this world 
with there videos and animations which create interest for learning people, but,they are not finding the source , and in other hand there are many people who are searching for the place where they can learn new thinks and teaching the things by videos,with animation by which we can easily learn more thinks with added interest.

So, for such people there is an online TED-ED in which we can create Lessons worth sharing around YouTube videos.

For example now, I am listing out some Videos in diffirent fields.

1. The moon illusion by Andrew Vanden Heuvel

In the below video you can know the reasons of difference in appearance of Full moon on the horizon and high overhead, Actually, the two images are exactly the same size then why do we perceive them differently? Scientists aren't sure, but there are plenty of intriguing theories. Andrew Vanden Heuvel unravels the details of focus, distance and proportion that contribute to this mystifying optical illusion.

2. A brief history of video games (Part I) by Safwat Saleem

Now a days everyone are playing games from childhood itself, but did anyone thought about the story of these games ,like where this games are actually come from? and In the below video you can get many answers about the Video games.The history of video games is a complicated story that involves giant computers in science labs, the founder of Chuck E. Cheese and billions of dollars in quarters. Safwat Saleem examines the evolution of the beloved world of gaming. You can view the brief history here.

3. Reasons for the seasons by Rebecca Kaplan

In the period of one year we see different seasons and they are also vary from place to place. Some regions experience full-time heat while others are reckoning with frigid temperatures and snow? And why are the seasons reversed in the two hemispheres?Rebecca Kaplan explains how the shape of the Earth's orbit around the Sun and the Earth's tilt on its axis affect the amount of sunlight each region receives.In the below video you can get the answer.


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