A Foucault pendulum is a pendulum allowed to oscillate in 2 directions, unlike the pendulum in a clock which is restricted to 1 dimensional oscillation.
On Earth, (except at the equator) the plane of the pendulum's motion will slowly rotate, demonstrating that the Earth's frame is rotating.
In orbit, a pendulum would have to use a different restoring force, A spring pendulum is one example but there could be others.
While the Earth's frame rotates once in about 24 hours, a space station in LEO rotates about 16 times faster, about once every 1.5 hours.
Has similar phenomenon to the Foucault pendulum ever been demonstrated in orbit for purely educational, fun, or scientific purposes?
For the purposes of this question, gyroscope precession doesn't count. This needs to be a pendulum's oscillation induced by a restoring force.