A broad range of topics are covered by this collection, from basic kinematics through rotational motion and reference frames. The videos are high quality and quite realistic, with the addition of conceptual constructs such as force, acceleration, and velocity vectors. These materials address many standard problems with which students struggle, such as determining force components on an object resting on an incline. The animations of motion in non-inertial frames and the Coriolis effect are especially noteworthy, since comparable items are not widely available.
There are several sequences of videos that connect different systems to the same underlying physics. An example are videos on circular motion of (1) a car going around a banked track, (2) a mass on a string moving in a horizontal circle, and (3) an airplane making a horizontal banked turn.