Shrutika Mahajan, Rupal Lohakare, Neha Malani
Ar. Neha Panchal, Ar. Yagnik Bhatija, Ar. Mythili Shetty, Ar. Parnavi, Ar. Devayani Deshmukh
The exercise is intended to study different types of materials and the manufacturing of different types of balls used in the sports industry. We focused on different aspects of the ball, such as its making, uses, material, evolution, and effect on the economy. Billiards, being an indoor sport, has a lot going on behind its manufacturing as the table, the ball, and the cue stick are each made of three different materials. The ball, being smooth and shiny, is more dense than it appears to be. Billiard balls and the physics behind the rolling of the ball on the table somehow make the sport unique in its own way. The exercise helped us understand how different materials are being used in a single sport and how different these manufacturing processes are.