MO, the Obedient Machine
Meet MO, physics teachers and popularizers’ dream come true. MO isn’t just a very obedient machine, it is able to show the invisible. MO has the extraordinary ability to make graphs tangible.
With MO, no more cringing to graphs, make way for surprise and fascination ! A perfect match between design, electronics and coding, to bring to life the 3 sensors and 5 modes that make MO, the Obedient Machine.
Interacting with MO
MO explained by Julien Bobroff
Pictures of MO
MO from every angle
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This project was created by Kugen Ramasawmy, as a collaboration with the “Physics Reimagined” team (Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS).
Design and manufacture : Kugen Ramasawmy
Coding : Kugen Ramasawmy and Frédéric Bouquet
Project follow-up : Frédéric Bouquet, Julien Bobroff and Lou-Andreas Etienne
Images : Kugen Ramasawmy and Lou-Andreas Etienne
Video editing : Lou-Andreas Etienne and Kugen Ramasawmy
It benefited from the support of the Chair “La Physique Autrement” of the Paris-Saclay foundation and supported by the Air Liquide group and the Crédit Agricole – CIB.
It was made using the facilities and premises of the Centre d’Expérimentation Pédagogique of the Villebon – Georges Charpak Institute.