High School Students and Teachers: use Interactive Physics to investigate and experiment with physics principles and concepts. They are able to build virtual models and visualise the principles in action.
University Students and Professors: use Working Model 2D to understand how mechanical systems work and perform without building physical models.
Professional Engineers: use Working Model 2D and Dynamic Designer Motion to build virtual prototypes of their mechanical designs and use these prototypes to evaluate performance.
Boost your physics curriculum with powerful motion simulation techology.
The foundations of scientific discovery are imagination and inquisitive 'what if' curiosity. Interactive Physics makes your students active learners and empowers them to:
- Explore their physical world through fast-paced exciting simulation
- Visualise the abstract scientific concepts taught in the classroom
- Test hypotheses and investigate 'what if' scenarios
- Learn school-to-career job skills with real-world motion tools
Adopted by more than 12,000 schools worldwide, students use Interactive Physics on PC and Mac. MacUser magazine named it "Best Educational Product" several years running.
Create new experiments or interact with pre-designed Physics exercises to:
- Measure velocity, acceleration, force, momentum, energy, etc., in metric or English units
- Create ropes, springs, dampers, pulleys, slot joints, linear actuators, and rotational motors
- Hear and measure sound volumes, sound frequencies, and Doppler effects
- Vary air resistance, gravity, or material properties
- Create visually appealing presentations by attaching graphics to objects
- View results as numbers, graphs, and animated vectors
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