With version 1.0.13 we have another minor translation update introducing Italian and Greek, created by Giovanni Organtini and Κωστής Χαλκιαδάκης (Costis Chalkiadakis). If you would like to help to translate phyphox into your language as well, check out our languages page for more information.
Actually, this update has been released on Android more than a week ago and should just be a quick language update on iOS as well. Unfortunately, Apple has rejected the update as they decided that the experiment "roll" might damage the phone. So we had to remove this experiment and resubmit the app. Therefore, the update got delayed.
Version 1.0.12 again brings new translations, Dutch and Russian, done by Ivo Janssens (with support from Evelien Urkens and Andreas Van den Bergh) and Alexander Nedilko, respectively. If you would like to help to translate phyphox into your language as well, check out our languages page for more information.
Also note, that we will happily share worksheets in any language. Since we can only provide the website in English and German, only those worksheets will be found directly in the experiment data base (like a fantastic new worksheet on pressure by Holger Jessen-Thiesen), but we will share any material in other languages on our languages page (like the first Dutch worksheet by Dirk Janssen). For more material we can also add a dedicated page for a specific language or add a link to an external collection.
Two new events have been added to our calendar. The first one is a physics colloquium in Götting on 23rd April (held in English). The other event will be held in German on 16th June in Hamburg as a workshop (not to be confused with the talk and workshop in Hamburg this Friday, 13th April).
We have added two new events to our calendar (both held in German). The first one is a teacher conference on 13th April 2018 in Hamburg. The second one is our training for phyphox in academic teaching which was quite popular last year. While a detailed program will follow, you can already save the date: 7th September 2018 in Aachen.
With version 1.0.11 we introduce the first translations of phyphox, which are Czech and Polish, done by Karel Havlíček and Tomasz Greczyło respectively. If you would like to help to translate phyphox into your language as well, check out our languages page for more information.
Changes on Android and iOS
Introduced a new “language” entry to the info menu on the main screen.
Fix: Flickering in motion stopwatch.
Changes on Android
Update to file format 1.6 and support audio sample rate output. (Which has been introduced as a hotfix to iOS previously.)
Phyphox is now featured in a German physics school book (Dorn/Bader 11 for Niedersachsen). You can check out a preview on the publisher’s website (in German). Phyphox is used throughout different chapters and especially featured on pp. 170-171.
Last week, I had the chance to speak at the Annual Meeting of the Taiwan Physical Society and to give a workshop at the National Taiwan Normal University. For this I have to thank Professor Chih-Ta Chia for the invitation, the warm welcome and the great hospitality. The same thanks go out to all the friends, teachers and students I met there who helped to make these three days in Taipei unforgettable.
If you are interested in the talk, you can see the recording here: