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L. Wee and H. Ning, Phys. Educ., 49 (5).
This article presents the customization of EJS models, used together with actual laboratory instruments, to create an active experiential learning of measurements. The laboratory…
Interesting Projects With Tracker Video Analysis  [ Conference Proceedings ]
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R. Allain, AAPT 2013 Winter Meeting (2013).
Abstract: Video analysis makes any project more exciting and interesting. In this talk, I will go over my favorite examples of video analysis including (but not limited to): video…
OSP User's Guide Chapter 16: Tracker  [ Book Section ]
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The Tracker Chapter of the OSP User's Guide provides documentation and examples of using Tracker, a video analysis tool with dynamical modeling. This includes a summary of features…

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