The fine folks at the Physics Footnotes website have assembled a growing gallery of short videos (GIFs) and links to all sorts of amazing phenomena with a physics bent.
If you click over to the Physics Footnotes Gallery you discover how to make an Invisibility Cloak:
or see a whale make a rainbow with its blowhole:
Many of the videos present ideas that could easily be adapted to demonstrations or interactive exhibits and are often linked to longer YouTube videos or related websites.
Since each GIF is short, it is easy to quickly dip in and out of the Physics Footnotes Gallery offerings.
Definitely worth a quick click to check out!
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