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Hideo Nitta, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Physics at Tokyo Gakugei University. He has had many papers and books published by Japanese and overseas publishers on subjects including quantum dynamics and radiation physics. He also has a strong interest in physics education. He is a member of the International Commission on Physics Education (ICPE), which is a commission of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP).
Masafumi Yamamoto earned his PhD in Applied Physics from the Graduate School of Engineering at Hokkaido University. His numerous publications include books on physics, electromagnetism, and lasers.
Trend Pro, Inc. is a pioneer of Ad-Manga--advertisement and advertising using Manga--in Japan. The company has produced over 1,700 Ad-Manga for over 700 clients, including many well-known public companies and government agencies. The company has over 100 registered professional Manga artists.
The Manga Guide To Relativity by Hideo Nitta, Masafumi Yamamoto, and Keita Takatsu is a surprisingly good read.
My kids are too young to really understand all of the details of the topics covered in this series, but they continue to read the books with great interest.
Physics is an intimidating subject this (comic-)book manages to tackle in a way most teenagers will find easy to understand.
These education books are very nice and are easy to relate with the information in these books. These are great.Published 5 months ago by M G
I expected that via the medium of manga, the subject of relativity could be more clearly explained or covered in a different manner from the usual mode of textbooks. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Clarke Waldron
If you have a physics curiosity , this is a fun way to sate it. "The Manga Guide to Relativity" by Masafumi Yamamoto, Keita Takatsu, and Hideo Nitta is a beautiful blend of manga,... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Thomas A Harning Jr
The Manga Guide To Relativity by Hideo Nitta, Masafumi Yamamoto, and Keita Takatsu is a surprisingly good read. Read morePublished on May 28, 2012 by Nicholas Zimmerman
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Like the Manga Guides of the past that have tackled calculus and statistics, the latest one takes on principles of Relativity. Read more
Physics is an intimidating subject this (comic-)book manages to tackle in a way most teenagers will find easy to understand. Read morePublished on July 26, 2011 by Ricardo Bánffy
It's summertime here in the North Hemisphere, and that means a break from school work -- but not for Minagi, who has to turn in a report on Relativity before the summer ends. Read morePublished on July 10, 2011 by CuteEverything
If you ride public transportation in Japan, you'll notice that many of the men are reading Manga cartoon stories, and many of those men are not adolescents but in their 20s and... Read morePublished on June 9, 2011 by John Jacobson
The Manga Guide to Relativity is one of the most creative, intelligent, and fun-to-read books. I enjoyed the book so much that I read the entire book in one sitting. Read morePublished on June 6, 2011 by Newton Lee