Projectile motion is the motion of an object thrown or projected into the air, subject to only the acceleration of gravity. The object is called a projectile, and its path is called its trajectory. The motion of falling objects, as covered in Problem-Solving Basics for One-Dimensional Kinematics, is a simple one-dimensional type of projectile motion in which there is no horizontal movement. Even so, it is an example of 2D motion with constant acceleration.
The principal intention of the project was to present the topic in a layman structure; driven to stimulate the viewer’s curiosity and assist their impulse in digging on further into it.
The dominant challenge that I had faced in carrying out this project was having my hands on minimalistic applications with elementary features. Whilst providing more than many tools that come in handy, these applications had limited the options to explore on advanced features relating to dynamic visuals, multimedia assets, etc. But by understanding the smooth interface and the procedural approach, creating simple edits had become easier.
Selecting the Topic-
The first part in proceeding with the project was coming up with a topic i.e. the concept that would be covered in the video. To maintain the authenticity of the project and to make bring out the write-ups as comprehensible as possible, I chose to go with a topic that I was familiar with. In flipping through the pages of my physics book did the idea to cover this topic click my mind.
Finalizing the Content
Following the selection of the topic, the next step was to start gathering the details and content. The matter was chosen in a manner that would be to the point and precise; considering the objective, that was to make this project as something that would reach to anybody and everybody’s grasp, various websites were referred to in context of the definitions, examples and theories.
Laying the last stone on the built up, all the materials- written content, audio, basic graphics and videos were brought together and compiled into a single three minute presentation covering the information related to the topic. The visual and accounts were put together on a simple lined format, with the audio being added later on.
Websites Referred To:
Following are the websites that I had been through to chalk out the matter for the explanations that had to be used:-