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Explosive Collision Lab Using Tracker Documents

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Explosive Collision Lab Using Tracker 

written by Mario Belloni

A Davidson College studio-based introductory physics laboratory for explosive collisions. In this lab, students make their own videos using GoPro cameras and then perform their analysis using the Tracker Video Analysis software. A pre-made video is also provided for students who are unable to analyze their own video.

Published November 6, 2023
Last Modified December 8, 2023

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Supplemental Documents (3)

Explosive Collision Lab: Instructions 

Laboratory description and procedure.

Released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 license.

Published November 6, 2023
Last Modified November 6, 2023

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Explosive Collision Lab MP4 Video 

Associated movie that can be used to demonstrate the experiment.

Released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No derivatives 3.0 license.

Published November 6, 2023
Last Modified May 8, 2024

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Explosive Collision Lab: Zip file 

Zip of the movie, trz, and documentation files.

Released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No derivatives 3.0 license.

Published November 6, 2023
Last Modified December 8, 2023

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Source Code Documents

Explosive Collision Image Stack 

The Explosive Collision lab using an image stack video format.

Last Modified May 8, 2024

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