The free, online magazine “Physics” from the American Physical Society has published an article, https://physics.aps.org/articles/v13/68, on “Smartphone Physics on the Rise” in their Arts & Culture section. It covers the possibilities and people involved in this field and includes a quote by Sebastian on the effects of the lockdown on app downloads and feedback.
Sebastian’s talk in Wuppertal on some phyphox use cases in schools and universities has been uploaded (in German).
The talk has been given at the Symposium 04 „Digitalisierung und Naturwissenschaften – Forschung, Lehre, Praxis“ on January 31 ( http://www.digitalisierung.education/digitalisierung-und-naturwissenschaften-2/).
Our fifth home lab challenge is about changing the resonance in a glass. Post your results and questions as well as images and videos of your setup on Twitter or Facebook under #homelabchallenge.
We are happy to let you know that Robin Bläsing has also joined our phyphox team. Robin develops a sustainable concept for phyphox in order to advance its applications.
We are happy to let you know that Jens Noritzsch has joined our phyphox team. Jens takes care of our social media and support channels. Furthermore, he will expand phyphox’ use in education and lifelong learning in future.
We would like to thank the Hans Hermann Voss Foundation for supporting Jens’ position.
Our fourth home lab challenge is about rotation and radial acceleration (centripetal/centrifugal). Post your results and questions as well as images and videos of your setup on Twitter or Facebook under #homelabchallenge.
Follow-up video (04.04.2020)