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written by Douglas Brown, Robert Hanson, and Wolfgang Christian
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The Tracker Video Analysis and Modeling Tool allows students to model and analyze the motion of objects in videos. By overlaying simple dynamical models directly onto videos, students may see how well a model matches the real world. Interference patterns and spectra can also be analyzed with Tracker.

Tracker installers are available for Windows, Mac and Linux, and include a Java runtime and Xuggle video engine.
Tracker is an Open Source Physics tool built on the OSP code library. Additional Tracker resources, demonstration experiments, and videos, can be found by searching ComPADRE for "Tracker."

Additional Tracker resources including Tracker help and sample videos are available from the Tracker home page (link below).
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This material is released under a GNU General Public License Version 3 license.
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Douglas Brown
PACSs:
01.50.hv
01.50.Lc
Keywords:
force, interference, kinematics, mechanics, modeling, motion, oscillation, osp, spectra, spectroscopy, video analysis
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Metadata instance created June 4, 2008 by Anne Cox
Record Updated:
November 1, 2021 by Douglas Brown
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October 18, 2021
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Author: Wolfgang
Posted: February 16, 2021 at 8:32AM
Source: The Open Source Physics collection

Please post questions about Tracker in the Tracker Discussion forum, not in the item comments.

https://www.compadre.org/osp/bulletinboard/ForumDetails.cfm?FID=57

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D. Brown, R. Hanson, and W. Christian, Computer Program TRACKER VIDEO ANALYSIS AND MODELING TOOL, Version 6.0.3 (2022), WWW Document, (https://physlets.org/tracker/).
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D. Brown, R. Hanson, and W. Christian, Computer Program TRACKER VIDEO ANALYSIS AND MODELING TOOL, Version 6.0.3 (2022), <https://physlets.org/tracker/>.
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Brown, D., Hanson, R., & Christian, W. (2022). Tracker Video Analysis and Modeling Tool (Version 6.0.3) [Computer software]. Retrieved November 27, 2021, from https://physlets.org/tracker/
Chicago Format
Brown, D, R. Hanson, and W. Christian. "Tracker Video Analysis and Modeling Tool." Version 6.0.3. https://physlets.org/tracker/ (accessed 27 November 2021).
MLA Format
Brown, Douglas, Robert Hanson, and Wolfgang Christian. Tracker Video Analysis and Modeling Tool. Vers. 6.0.3. Computer software. 2022. 27 Nov. 2021 <https://physlets.org/tracker/>.
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@misc{ Author = "Douglas Brown and Robert Hanson and Wolfgang Christian", Title = {Tracker Video Analysis and Modeling Tool}, Month = {October}, Year = {2021} }
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