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Monday, October 17

  1. page Ideas edited ... Video Vernier.com has a video analysis iPhone app that allows you to capture video and analyz…
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    Vernier.com has a video analysis iPhone app that allows you to capture video and analyze the motion to find position, velocity and acceleration. iOS.
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    speed. iOS. Article, 2016.
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    Spectrogram. The American Physical Society published an app that uses the camera of an iPhone and a simple diffraction grating to find the spectrum of a light source. SpectraSnapp, Apple App Store; iPhone.
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    The Crayfis project. This cell phone app (not fully released yet) uses your cell phone camera to monitor for cosmic rays while the device is plugged in and in sleep mode.
    NOAA's CrowdMag project measures magnetic fields in different locations using cell phones.
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    system: MyShakeapp. Article, 2016.
    Write your own apps
    There is a site at MIT that provides tools for building your own Android app. You do not need to know a lot about programing (but some knowledge helps). At the same time you are building the app you can see it working on a local device (tablet or phone) on the same wifi network as your computer: http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/
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  2. page Ideas edited ... Video Vernier.com has a video analysis iPhone app that allows you to capture video and analyz…
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    Video
    Vernier.com has a video analysis iPhone app that allows you to capture video and analyze the motion to find position, velocity and acceleration. iOS.
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    speed. iOS. Article, 2016.
    Other
    Spectrogram. The American Physical Society published an app that uses the camera of an iPhone and a simple diffraction grating to find the spectrum of a light source. SpectraSnapp, Apple App Store; iPhone.
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Sunday, May 22

  1. page Data Collection Apps edited ... SPARKvue. Allows Bluetooth connection with PASCO sensors. iOS and Android. Flir One. This is …
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    SPARKvue. Allows Bluetooth connection with PASCO sensors. iOS and Android.
    Flir One. This is an add on device for iPhone ($250) that turns your iPhone into an infrared camera.
    Phone Labs. This group is sending out kits to do experiments with your mobile device.
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Sunday, February 14

  1. page Ideas edited ... The Crayfis project. This cell phone app (not fully released yet) uses your cell phone camera …
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    The Crayfis project. This cell phone app (not fully released yet) uses your cell phone camera to monitor for cosmic rays while the device is plugged in and in sleep mode.
    NOAA's CrowdMag project measures magnetic fields in different locations using cell phones.
    Crowd sourced earthquake detection and warning system: MyShakeapp.
    Write your own apps
    There is a site at MIT that provides tools for building your own Android app. You do not need to know a lot about programing (but some knowledge helps). At the same time you are building the app you can see it working on a local device (tablet or phone) on the same wifi network as your computer: http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/
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Monday, December 21

  1. page Ideas edited ... The iSPEX project. This is a project in the Netherlands to crowd source measurements of atmosp…
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    The iSPEX project. This is a project in the Netherlands to crowd source measurements of atmospheric aerosols using personal smartphones and a small, inexpensive add-on device. Seems to be dormant at the moment.
    The Crayfis project. This cell phone app (not fully released yet) uses your cell phone camera to monitor for cosmic rays while the device is plugged in and in sleep mode.
    NOAA's CrowdMag project measures magnetic fields in different locations using cell phones.
    Write your own apps
    There is a site at MIT that provides tools for building your own Android app. You do not need to know a lot about programing (but some knowledge helps). At the same time you are building the app you can see it working on a local device (tablet or phone) on the same wifi network as your computer: http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/
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  5. page Ideas edited Ideas and Publications Links Feel free to add publications or ideas about how to use mobile d…

    Ideas and PublicationsLinks
    Feel free to add publications or ideas about how to use mobile devices to take real data.
    The Physics Teacher has a monthly iPhysicsLabs column that is worth checking out for ideas.
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    Feel free to add publications or ideas about how to use mobile devices to take real data.
    The Physics Teacher has a monthly iPhysicsLabs column that is worth checking out for ideas.
    Rebecca Vieyra's Google group, has lots of links, ideas and comments.
    Accelerometer
    Collisions. P. Vogt and J. Kuhn,"Analyzing collision processes with the smartphone acceleration sensor," The Physics Teacher 52, 118 (2014). Two cell phones are each attached to a car on an air track and collided. The internal accelerometers are used to examine elastic and inelastic collisions. Article Link; iOS or Android.
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