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In this video, a short sled is placed on top of a long sled on a horizontal track. The long sled is accelerated by a hanging weight until stopped at the end of the track, and the…
  
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A University of Cincinnati physics laboratory that demonstrates how Tracker, together with prerecorded videos, can be used to deliver online force and motion experiments that…
  
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This YouTube video uses Tracker to analyze a sled as it moves along a rough incline plane. The experiment shows the motion up and down the plane is not symmetric because of friction…
PTRA Workshop: Kinematics with Video Analysis  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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B. Christian and W. Christian, PTRA Summer Institute (2024).
The 2024 PTRA Summer Institute will feature a half-day video analysis workshop where teachers can gain hands-on experience in using video to teach kinematics to high school students.…
Mobile Device Accelerometer JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Mobile Device Accelerometer JavaScript model reads the direction and magnitude of the proper acceleration g . An arrow shows the projection of g onto the screen and output fields…
Free Fall Ride JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Free Fall Ride JavaScript Model allows a user to design a ride by adjusting the height versus time graph. The apparent weight of the rider arises from the ever present…
  
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A. Glasmann, W. Christian, and M. Belloni
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The Physlet® Physics Two-Dimensional Kinematics Problems Package contains JavaScript adaptations of Problems from Physlet Physics Chapter 3. In this package we generalize the study…
  
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The Physlet One-Dimensional Kinematics Problem Package contains Hebrew adaptations of Physlet problems from Physlet Physics Chapter 2. The problems in this package are interactive…
1D Kinematics of a Moving Car JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This interactive JavaScript simulation illustrates 1D, constant acceleration motion in the context of moving cars. Included are several different examples of constant velocity (a =…
Acceleration Measurement PWA  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Acceleration Measurement PWA uses the accelerometer sensor in a cellphone or other mobile device to measure motion. The app displays and records the vector acceleration…
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