Science in the City
Traffic Signal Science (Clip)
Traffic Signal Science (Clip)
Date: May 25, 2011
Running Time: 00:04:12
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Red means stop, green means go—simple enough, right? But traffic lights are just a small part of the sophisticated science of traffic engineering. San Francisco Traffic Engineer Eddie Tsui takes us on a wild ride through his world, from computer simulations to ever-evolving detection technologies.
This collection of individual programs tells a wide range of stories, reflecting the diverse interests of the Exploratorium community.
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|03:15:00||Solar Eclipse: Stories from the Path of Totality - 2016 Total Solar Eclipse: Telescope-Only (Webcast)|
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The Exploratorium will present a real-time webcast of the total solar eclipse in Micronesia. Wa ...
|00:00:45||Solar Eclipse: Stories from the Path of Totality - 2016 Total Solar Eclipse March 8, 2016 Promo (Clip)|
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|00:52:00||Resonance - A. J. Racy: Performance (Clip)|
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|00:02:52||Solar Eclipse: Stories from the Path of Totality - Eclipse Program Highlights 1998-2016 (Clip)|
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|00:32:00||Resonance - A. J. Racy: Interview (Clip)|
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