Round three here we go: Today we’d like to proceed with our series of showing you some producers of explainer videos on YouTube. After the introduction of MinutePhysics and Ted-Ed, we have the team around AsapSCIENCE for you.
To let you know what this is all about, we first get you teasered in!
As announced, we present to you today the second producer who we support by making a portion of his educational videos multilingually available: MinutePhysics!
First of all, we have an apposite trailer for you:
The YouTube channel MinutePhysics was founded in 2011 by Henry Reich. Meanwhile, the channel consists of 163 videos, has over 3 million subscribers and nearly 250 million views. As the name already suggests, the videos of MinutePhysics explain physics-related topics easily and understandable in around one minute – true to the motto “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough” (Albert Einstein). The explanations are supported by time-lapsed drawings.
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