Kendama project at local Science Fair
Local Kendama player Ezra came in to the shop a while back to have a few of us participate in an experiment he was doing for science class. The idea was to examine the effect that different string lengths had on a players ability to land a variety of different tricks. We selected three of our employees of varying skill level to attempt 3 different tricks, with 3 different string lengths, and recorded how many times out of 10 they were able to land a given trick with a set string length.
Ezra’s project was selected to advance to the State level Science Fair which was held on the University of Minnesota campus this past weekend.
Great work Ezra!