Fecha de salida
Marzo 3, 2018
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Subatomic particle physics simulation: This virtual reality model of the Belle II experiment at the KEK laboratory in Japan shows the marvels of the subatomic world, where matter and antimatter collide at nearly the speed of light, converting energy to matter and back again according to Einstein’s famous formula E = m c squared, all in the blink of an eye. Watch and control the simulation of each collision event in which an electron and its antimatter counterpart collide and morph into other forms of subatomic matter that move through the Belle II detector.
EditoresVirginia Tech Institute for Creativity, Arts and Technology Virginia Tech Department of Physics Virginia Tech School of Education
DesarrolladoresLeo Piilonen Zachary Duer Tanner Upthegrove George Glasson W. Jesse Barber Samantha Spytek Christopher Dobson