Amazing world of scientific toys!

Just today I attended an absolutely mind boggling talk by Arvind Gupta. You may see for example this video. This video is from TED talks so he could not demonstrate all the wonderful things he has in his pocket but I would encourage you guys to watch other videos of him that are available on youtube and other places.

Finally, I would urge all of you to visit his website and also helping him to translate videos available there in your own language. Please reshare this note so that it reaches more and more Brilliant folks. :)

Note by Snehal Shekatkar
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I really enjoyed his TED talk when I first came across it, thanks for sharing it! It doesn't take much to capture a child's imagination and curiosity, just a bit of time and explanation for them.

In a sense, the Brilliant problems are my way of building interesting fascinating toys for kids to play with. As you tinker and poke around with it, you are (sometimes) led on to make discoveries that you did not know about.

Calvin Lin Staff - 4 years, 9 months ago

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Well Said! :) @Calvin Lin

Vatsalya Tandon - 4 years, 9 months ago

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really it was worth watching thanks for sharing this..

Shubhabrota Chakraborty - 4 years, 9 months ago

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awesome...

Soumo Mukherjee - 4 years, 9 months ago

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