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Concept 047

Pendulum

Pendulum example of possible use

The pendulum is a good concept to measure swing/change on a measurement grid. These frameworks work best when animated, enabling the pendulums to swing to any positions on the grid in either direction. The needle in each download is part of a group, which includes a counterpoint so that the pendulum spins on a center point. The tutorial explains this clearly and simply. Be sure to download the animated example to see an animation scheme in action.

The example above was not formatted in PowerPoint 2007, but it is definitely a great candidate for the enhanced formatting now available in that version. Take a look at the tutorial to see the options: the pendulums look so realistic and metallic. If you are on PowerPoint 2007, you're going to like formatting this framework.

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TUTORIAL:

Tutorial for Bubbles and Semitransparent Spheres

Keywords: swing, variance, degrees of change, sway

Categories: Concepts

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