The Butterfly Effect In Real Life with mirrors and a laser Nils Berglund Full Video Laser Simulation: 🤍youtu.be/_s4NLA8aAgw See the full video here: 🤍youtu.be/kBow0kTVn3s
Ooh make a photo of that laser make it a texture and use it as VFX
Good demonstration! Quantum physics makes much more sense when applying the same principle, i.e. don't focus on one particle, or the statistical model of 1 particle only (e.g. going though 1 or 2 slits), but instead look at a "beam" of particles.
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Butterfly effect , even effects any simulations.
How many mirrors would it take to create a noticeable delay in light?
I would suggest a different way to pull off the experiment.
Same setup, but adding a fogging machine to increase laser beam visibility paired witha vertical camera angle ( like bird eye view of the cylinders just like the simulation's vertical projection), so it would be less about the output point and more about the actual beam changing.
Ok but for demonstration of the effect, wouldn't it have been sufficient to spread out the cylinders more so the distance between them is significantly more than the beam width?
And this is another reason why Time Travel is impossible, huh :/.
that'd make a cool ceiling light. one laser, one shiny batch of cylinders in the middle of the room.
Would closer observation change the outcome? Like the double slit experiment?
The crossing of a system into chaotic behavior has nothing to do with the butterfly effect.
Me: what does my future have in store for me?
It would be cool if you got a fog machine so we could see the laser more clearly
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Looks more like a quantum affect to me.
so basicaly ,possibilty is infinite .
That was a very cool demonstration!