Tracker Video Analysis: Projectile Motion with Angry Birds Documents

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Angry Birds Projectile TRZ 

written by Anne Cox

Projectile Motion with Angry Birds

Last Modified April 29, 2023

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Angry Birds Projectile Motion Instructions 

The Angry Birds Projectile Motion lab provides instructions for students to analyze the projectile motion of a bird in the game Angry Birds.

Published November 20, 2011
Last Modified November 22, 2011

This file is included in the full-text index.

Angry Bird Physics Invited Talk 

Rhett Allain invited talk
Winter 2012 AAPT Meeting

Everyone loves Angry Birds (the game). Why not use this popular game as a topic for exploration in introductory physics? Why are games like Angry Birds so nice for analysis? In this presentation, I will discuss the physics of Angry Birds and video games in general. I will also briefly discuss them advantages of using a blog to supplement introductory physics courses.

Last Modified February 7, 2012