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 phy131studiof16:lectures:chapter2 [2016/08/31 08:52]mdawber [Some tips for the homework] phy131studiof16:lectures:chapter2 [2016/08/31 08:54] (current)mdawber [Video analysis of free fall] Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2016/08/31 08:54 mdawber [Video analysis of free fall] 2016/08/31 08:52 mdawber [Some tips for the homework] 2016/08/31 08:52 mdawber [Problem 2.61] 2016/08/31 08:51 mdawber [Problem 2.61] 2016/08/31 08:50 mdawber [Video analysis of free fall] 2016/08/30 16:02 mdawber [Graphs of motion against time] 2016/08/30 15:58 mdawber [Acceleration] 2016/07/28 13:16 mdawber [Unit Vectors] 2016/07/28 13:15 mdawber 2016/07/21 12:07 external edit 2016/08/31 08:54 mdawber [Video analysis of free fall] 2016/08/31 08:52 mdawber [Some tips for the homework] 2016/08/31 08:52 mdawber [Problem 2.61] 2016/08/31 08:51 mdawber [Problem 2.61] 2016/08/31 08:50 mdawber [Video analysis of free fall] 2016/08/30 16:02 mdawber [Graphs of motion against time] 2016/08/30 15:58 mdawber [Acceleration] 2016/07/28 13:16 mdawber [Unit Vectors] 2016/07/28 13:15 mdawber 2016/07/21 12:07 external edit Line 129: Line 129: ===== Video analysis of free fall===== ===== Video analysis of free fall===== - By taking a video of a freely falling object and processing it so that we can see the position of the object in each frame (which at 30 frames per second is every 0.033 seconds) we can analysis ​the motion of the object. The tool to do this is [[http://​www.ic.sunysb.edu/​class/​phy141md/​videoanalysis/​verticaldrop.html|here]]. ​ + By taking a video of a freely falling object and processing it so that we can see the position of the object in each frame (which at 30 frames per second is every 0.033 seconds) we can analyze ​the motion of the object. The tool to do this is [[http://​www.ic.sunysb.edu/​class/​phy141md/​videoanalysis/​verticaldrop.html|here]]. ​ As well as using video frames as we did it is also possible to use sound to measure the time taken for objects to fall. This approach is nicely illustrated at [[http://​www.animations.physics.unsw.edu.au/​mechanics/​chapter2_projectiles.html|Physclips]] (Section 2.2) As well as using video frames as we did it is also possible to use sound to measure the time taken for objects to fall. This approach is nicely illustrated at [[http://​www.animations.physics.unsw.edu.au/​mechanics/​chapter2_projectiles.html|Physclips]] (Section 2.2)
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