I've been working on a Special Relativity simulation/game, and I'm interested in getting some feedback.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Basically, it is a flash game that incorporates time dilation, length contraction, and so on. I'm hoping that it will be a fun way to make these abstract (and confusing) ideas hands-on. But for all that, I need to make sure that:

a)The physics is correct - no glaring misapplications of relativity

b)It is enlightening - not just a confusing jumble of weird physics

PM me if you're interested in testing out the game. I'm looking from feedback from both categories (so from both experts and amateurs). Thanks!

-Andy

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# Testing a Relativity Simulator

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