The experiment “Light” just gives the raw data from the phone’s ambient light sensor.
There is one more addition introduced with phyphox 1.1.0, which we would like to highlight separately as we were afraid that it might be overlooked among all the new features: The Vietnamese translation created by Nguyen Truong Vu from Phoenix Education in Hue. Thanks a lot for helping us to offer our app to users … Continue reading “phyphox bây giờ đã có phiên bản Tiếng Việt”
Thanks to Wakana Okita and Keisuke Takashima phyphox now speaks Japanese. More information about our voluntary translators can be found on our languages page. Changelog Changes on Android and iOS Japanese translation. Changes on Android Fix: The experiment “light” was not available if the list of preferred languages in Android did not support any language … Continue reading “Version 1.0.16: Japanese translation”
Version 1.0.9 was just published to address a range of minor problems (we are still working on the big update with Bluetooth and interactive Graphs). This most important fixes of this update address crashes related to the remote access on iOS. Thanks to everybody who reported these bugs. Changelog Changes on Android and iOS Location … Continue reading “Version 1.0.9 (minor bugfixes)”
Since this is the English version of this article, I should probably start with an update on international events. After really enjoying the AAPT Summer Meeting in Cincinnati (that’s where the image above comes from), I intend to attend the AAPT Winter Meeting as well, which will be in San Diego, 6-9 January. I still … Continue reading “Workshop in Aachen and update on upcoming events”
A few weeks ago, two students from the University of Salzburg have started to create short videos in which they present various experiments demonstrating the Doppler effect. These videos will be presented by the Christian Doppler Fonds on christian-doppler.net and range from simple setups you can try at home to more involved ones which are … Continue reading “Doppler effect experiments”
While we are already working on the big stuff like zoomable graphs, we decided to release yet another minor update in-between with some interesting features. Full Changelog And again, the full changelog for those who want to know every little detail or those who don’t like videos… Changes for both Android and iOS Save or … Continue reading “Version 1.0.7 (GPS, saving of experiment states, …)”
This is the second of two videos on oscillations with phyphox. This one is about building pendulums and how we collected the data from our students to confirm the simple pendulum model. (Sorry for the distracting ring light – just threw in all the lighting…)
Again, this is not yet the big update announced a while ago. But there have been so many minor fixes, improvements and new ideas, that it’s time to publish another minor update. The sum turns out to be an update which is not so small after all, so let’s have a look at a few … Continue reading “Version 1.0.6 (New experiments, minor updates)”
Use the light sensor to measure times. You can set a threshold and determine the duration of brighter/darker states or the time between two bright/dark states.