apps presented at Share-a-thon
The following links are in the order they were presented.
- Tom Huber. Personal iPhone app; ErrorCalc website
- Frequency Meter Pro; Analyzes frequency of sounds ($1.99 iOS, $3.66 Android)
- Decibal 10th (decibal meter) (Free)
- Ripple Tank (Free and $5.99 versions)
- Sensor Log; accesses and displays all iPhone/pad sensors; can record data as .csv that can easily be analyzed in a spreadsheet. App allows for higher frequency than device actually collects, so be careful that you’re not collecting “junk” between phone collections. (iOS and Android versions available)
- SensorSense (Android version)
- Physics Toolbox
- V scope 3 in 1 Oscilloscope; spectrum analyzer; numerical readout of peak of spectrum; also signal generator. $9.99
- Air Sketch; Whiteboard that saves in PDF; allows for projecting through another computer hooked up to projector (Free or $9.99)
- Sensor Data; Can share sensor data with other devices via IP address; $8.99
- Texas Instruments Sensor Tag (sensors that are in phones, they want developers to write apps). Bluetooth sensor $25. You can throw it around and not worry about damaging your phone. Apps are free: iOS version or Android version.
APS Spectra Snap; Build a spectrometer, shows the spectra; free.
- VCalc; vector calculations, uses RPN; free.
- Matt Blackman’s persoal app Action Graphing, a game to get students excited about graphing. Flash version is online, iPad app store in September 2014
- Atom in a Box; Shows the Hydrogen atom with wave function, graph, etc. (HD version $4.99, for iPad, or iPhone version, $9.99)
Thanks to all those who presented