Today we took a quick break from our WAVE EXPERIMENT and analyzing our results to get some background information on WAVES. Today’s class included:
- Reviewing some basic vocabulary: Wave Movie Vocab.
- Watching Bill Nye- Waves
- Doing quick “quiz” together after the movie. Bill Nye Wave Quiz
- Downloading a digital oscilloscope so that we could see our own sound waves.
- Physics Oscilloscope app- https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/physics-oscilloscope/id549810118?mt=8 An iPhone app that works on your iPad.
OTHER RELATED APPS
Sound Wave Related Apps
- Fournier Touch– https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fourier-touch/id409336888?mt=8
- Decibel 10th– https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/decibel-10th/id448155923?mt=8 Turns your iPad into a sound meter, precisely measures the sound pressure level all around you. Have you wondered how quiet is your room or how loud is a rock concert or sport event? Decibel 10th will help you answer all those right now.
Other Wave Apps
- String- With “String” app you will learning about waves on a string.
Use a fixed or loose end and see how it affect the results in the wave. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/string/id492927530?mt=8
- Loughborough Wave App-Loughborough Wave Lab is an educational learning app designed to aid students in their understanding of electromagnetic wave concepts in an engaging and entertaining way! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/loughborough-wave-lab/id402424695?mt=8