We have just releases version 1.0.1 with bug fixes for iOS (on Android version 1.0.0 remains the most recent version):
- Fix crashes on iPad when trying to export data or sharing a screenshot.
- Fix rare crash in experiment most likely to occur when switching apps or displaying a dialog.
- Fix remote interface being unable to reconnect after switching to a different experiment.
Added now mandatory explanation when requesting permission to access the microphone.
Internal code changes required for iOS 10 targets. These changes should not be visible, but since some libraries have been updated, there may still be some changes, that we did not anticipate.
If you find more errors, please tell us and bear with us. Especially, if the experiment editor or its results are not working as expected, just write an email to email@example.com and I am happy to help your.
We have just added an events calendar to our site and are happy to announce two upcoming events in Aachen where we will present phyphox:
This is it, the great kick-off. Today (Monday, 12th September 2016) phyphox has been released to the public. Go ahead and get it from Google’s Play Store or Apple’s App Store (for free, of course).
If you are not yet sure, what to do with it, have a look at our videos and the experiments in the Wiki. There are not yet that many videos, but from now on I will add more experiment videos about once a month. If you want to know about any new content or updates right away, you should follow us on your preferred social media platform:
[Youtube], [Twitter], [Facebook]
Of course, there is still a lot to do and this is just the start. Please let us know what you do with phyphox, tell us about any great ideas for new experiments and of course report bugs and missing features.
Cheers to you all and have fun with phyphox!
The magnetic ruler is more a tool than an experiment on its own. It allows you to determine distances and speeds by marking distances with simple magnets.
In this experiment, you can track the velocity of a roll using the gyroscope of your smartphone.