Fun with physics models

Since i discovered IPywidgets, I've been trying to create interactive plots for simple and common physics topics. For example, here is a model of how the sum of two waves of different frequencies looks like. Here is another model showing how adding sine waves of odd multiples of a frequency will result in a square wave. Here is a model of how the blackbody spectrum will look like at different temperatures. The models were created using the IPywidgets library, on IPython. I am maintaining a github repository which i shall update with more models. Models showing the far field diffraction pattern of a square, rectangular slit and the circular diffraction patterns of two bodies close by are also on said repository.

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