Transcript: -The ball was created in China by ADIDAS in 2008. It was specialty made for the World Cup in South Africa -Jabulani means ""to celebrate" -Symmetrical -Regular rhythm -Emphasis in the world cup logo -Proportioned small -Harmonious unity Jabulani soccer ball -Curved and horizontal lines -white and gold, cool colors -ovals, circles -open space -smooth surface -shade. Principals -This is new, or advanced or innovative because this the most stable and most accurate Adidas ball ever. This ball has been in many tests and has been confirmed in comprehensive comparison tests and countless checks in wind tunnel at the Adidas football laboratory. The Jabulani has futuristic texture with fantastic grip, giving players full control over the ball under all weather conditions. Jabulani Soccer ball By: Ergin Maldonado Jimmy Guerra Rosa Alejandre Element
Transcript: shape,size ,circumferences, of the ball 3 area of it the soccer ball was used to see who could kick the ball to the opposing teams square. soccer the soccer ball has impacted society in a positive way by the exercise you can do and fun to play and it has impacted the society in a negative way to by playing a soccer game and getting hurt in the game. what is the purpose of the soccer ball computer designs soccer ball ball Technology EXAMPLES flat to a 3D object Charles Goodyear was the first one to built a rubber ball that was going to be called a soccer ball he made this invention in 1855 not until the 20 century the rubber balls where made with rubber bladders. who was the inventor and when was it made the soccer ball started as a bladder stuffed with straw. then they changed the material of the ball into leather. the purpose of the soccer ball is to play against teams and kick the ball and score the enemy. By Brando and Ricardo what are some of the innovations that this product has has undergone science its original invention experimenting with how much air for a ball to get to the right amount how has this product impacted society in a positive way and negative way Science Math Engineering how was it used when originally invented and how is it used today cristiano ronaldo messi
Transcript: The soccer ball positively impacts society by giving us exercise,something to do,and is fun to play with. To entertain,to exercise,and to play soccer. Which areas of technology best classifies a soccer ball. How has the soccer ball impacted society in a positive way? who invented the soccer ball and when. HOW WAS A SOCCER ball first used The soccer ball was first used to play basketball. photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli What is the purpose of a soccer ball. SOCCER BALL who invented the soccer ball and why. MY QUOTE Production, which includes manufacturing and construction. From the rubber to the genuine leather so the rubber wouldn't wear out. From genuine leather to polyurethane for a softer touch and ball control. Polyurethane made it rain resistant. Soccer Ball S:What material should it be made of on the inside T:Make it light so it can go further E:What should it be made of? M:How big it would be. Charles Goodyear in 1855 . Innovations of a soccer ball since the invention. The soccer ball has had a negative impact on society by causing possible head and neck injuries such as concussions. Ankle injuries can occur by stepping on and rolling over a ball. Soccer balls can also cause injuries to the face such as a broken nose, split lips and dental injuries. "If you cant stand the pain, than don't play the game" by Matthew Ferree and Dominic Foley. How has the soccer ball impacted society in a negative way?
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Transcript: A video was created on testing the goal line technology (GLT system), it shows that every time the "whole" ball crosses the goal, an indication on the referee's watch appears. Formation Players such as Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo has perfected a way to kick the soccer ball where it barely spins on its axis. This means that as air rushes over the joints of the ball, it creates turbulence that can suddenly change the ball's movement at any time while still in the air. History Modern soccer balls use a combination of synthetic leather and polystyrene foam, which improved their touch, acceleration, and velocity. Major soccer ball manufacturers are continuing to experiment with their designs in an effort to improve goal-scoring and offensive strategies. The first collected evidence of an early form of a soccer ball dates back to about 3,000 years ago in Ancient China The game was named "tsu chu" (or "cuju"), by 50AD. The ancient Greeks, Romans, and even Egyptians are recorded to have enjoyed a similar game that involved a makeshift ball similar to the soccer ball. The last time a leather ball was used was in the 1982 World Cup in Spain. Shortly after, the ball was named the Adidas' Tango Espana. Advancements Soccer Ball Little Big History Project By: Nachelle Horne In 1855, Charles Goodyear created the first vulcanized rubber soccer ball. This soccer ball served its first game on November 7, 1863. During this time, the modern style of the soccer ball was first developed. Prior to the 1970s, there was another development in soccer ball design - The Buckminster Ball. The ball had been made of a tanned leather cover with eighteen sections stitched together, arranged in six panels of three strips each. Instead of panels, hexagons were stitched together. This design became a very popular design that is still utilized by modern soccer ball manufacturers. Technology, Math, and Sports Science were and still are used in the creation of this ball. Math is used for calculations when forming the ball. Sports Science is used for history and ideas for improvements of the soccer ball. Soccer balls have been apart/included in thresholds as well. Thresholds such as 1) Collective Learning, 2) The Big Bang, 3) Chemical Elements, and 4) The Modern Revolution. New balls and technologies are being developed to help the game and referees on knowing the true outcome of the game. By using a magnetic field and more stabilized and robust components within the ball, the new system is more precise rather than the previously tested which used radio transmissions. Synthetic Soccer Balls The modern soccer ball has highly evolved in terms of materials and designs. Other than that, the ball specifications have not changed much over the decades. The modern soccer ball is lighter, non-absorbent, more durable, and provides better game-play through hi-tech design. The object is to develop the optimum soccer ball that is flight accurate, water proof, fast in flight, can transfer all kicking force, has a soft foot, can bounce predictability, and is safe for a header. The look of the ball is also important among consumers. The material, the stitching, the dimensions, and the kick of the ball determines winners and losers. The soccer ball really makes a difference in a soccer game. The Buckminster Ball Older balls had a problem with water absorption. By coating the soccer ball with synthetic and non-porous materials, balls absorb less water. Early footballs were sewn up with laces. A valve is the part where an air pump is attached to inflate the ball with air. A new valve replaced the laced slit on the sides of the soccer ball. The 1960s saw the introduction of synthetic soccer balls. These balls were designed with synthetic leather, but they did not replace leather balls until the 1980s. Synthetic balls are generally softer and more responsive than others. Specific Requirements http://www.soccerballworld.com/History.htm#Early http://www.life123.com/sports/soccer/soccer-equipment/soccer-ball-history.shtml http://ipl.org/div/farq/soccerFARQ.html http://alanmichelen.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/modern-day-soccer-balls/ http://paulkho.weebly.com/soccer-balls.html http://www.sportinglife360.com/index.php/history-of-the-soccer-ball-3-5232/ http://gotham-magazine.com/home-page/articles/uncharted-plays-energy-producing-soccer-balls The Azteca by Adidas was the first synthetic ball used in a FIFA World Cup. This ball was the first polyurethane coated ball that is rain-resistant. FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) also set requirements of the ball. Some requirements being, 1) The ball must have a circumference of 68-70 centimeters, 2) The weight of the ball must be between 410-450 grams, 3) It must be inflated to a pressure of 8-12 PSI (pound square inch), and 4) The ball must be covered with leather or "other suitable material." As of now, the standard size of the soccer ball is size 5. There are smaller sizes but they are used for
Transcript: Soccer ball What is the purpose of your artifact? To entertian. Who was the original inventor of your product and what yr was it made? charrels goodyear and it was in 1897. How was it originally used when it was berly made?How is it used today It was used to entertian and we use it the same way. What are some things that your invention has outgrown since then? They dont use pig skin anymore and now the ballls have coler and the games gottin bigger. Cristiano Ronaldo says "It doesnt mader if its a short goal or a long goal i just love kicking the ball and making goals." find a quote about your product. I think that its made us closer because we can communicate while playing. How has it impacted us in a positive way? Because of injurys. How has it impacted us in a bad way?
Transcript: How has this product impacted society in a negative way How was it used when originally used? How is it used now? The technology that best classifies it would be Production, which includes manufacturing and construction. Our Resources What is the purpose of our artifact? The soccer ball is used for the game of Soccer. The soccer players kick, shoot, and pass with the ball. It has been used the same way now from when it was invented, so to kick the ball into the net. Soccer Ball en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football_(association_football www.soccerballworld.com/History.htm soccer.epicsports.com/soccer-ball-history.html The science behind it is experimenting with how much air for a ball to get the right amount. The technology is the computer designs. The engineering is flat to a 3d object. The math behind the soccer ball is the shape, the size, the circumference of the ball and the area of it. Lastly, the art behind it is the colors of the ball and the special designs on the ball. Quote We did not find a good quote, from the author (that the author said). The soccer ball has impacted the society in a negative way by giving people injuries, throughout their bodies. The players of the game soccer have the most risk of getting an injury. The product has impacted in a positive way by it is exercise, it is something to do, and it is fun to play. How has this product impacted society in a positive way? What are some of the innovations that this product has undergone since its original invention? It first started as an animal bladder, then it was made out of leather, and now it is rubber. Kendall Purcell Allison Engleson Nathan Devualt Phillip Hohensee Who was the original inventor and when was your product invented? The product was invented 3000 years ago by ancient civilizations. The inventor of the modern soccer ball was Charles Goodyear in 1865. By Which of the areas of technology nest classifies the artifact? What is the STEAM behind your artifact?
Transcript: Soccer Ball 1 Mole 6.02x10²³ = 1 mole Mass of Soccer Ball is 430g Calculations 6.02x10²³ x 430g = 2.6x10²⁶g Sources:https://www.google.com/#hl=en&cp=26&gs_id=2x&xhr=t&q=the+mass+of+the+moon+in+g&tok=tOqZYINO5Sgikx6k_5zTLQ&pf=p&sclient=psy-ab&source=hp&pbx=1&oq=the+mass+of+the+moon+in+g+&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_sm=&gs_upl=&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.,cf.osb&fp=ff7d59c6e469c76a&biw=667&bih=665 http://hypertextbook.com/facts/2002/LouiseHuang.shtml http://www.freewebs.com/peacemakers63231997/apps/photos/photo.jsp?photoID=25689355 http://www.space.com/55-earths-moon-formation-composition-and-orbit.html 2.6x10²⁶g / 7.36x10²⁵g = 3.53 moons Mass of the Moon is 7.36x10²⁵ g
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