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A complete set of simulations for a first semester college physics class.

A simulation of a car where the user can input the initial position, velocity, and acceleration. Simulation displays the... see more

A group of simulations involving 1 and 2 dimensional linear motion, periodic motion, projectile motion, simple harmonic... see more

The Physlet Workbook provides physics teachers with a collection of ready-to-run, interactive, computer-based curricular... see more

This java application simulation shows the position, velocity, and acceleration graphs of a moving person. Motion can be... see more

This applet demonstrates how the instantaneous velocity can be approximated as the time interval is decreased for an... see more

A collection of simulations and other lessons on motion of objects.

A java applet of Linear motion, velocity, acceleration, constant acceleration, gravity, freely falling body. It displays... see more

This applet demonstrates kinematics by plotting the motion of a man that is dragged across the screen by the user. Applet... see more

Applet demonstrates the principles of acceleration from the point of view of a driver in an moving vehicle. Negative... see more

Shockwave simulation of linear acceleration.

User sets various initial conditions, and the applet plots the acceleration, velocity, and distance versus time.

A collection of demonstrations on basic kinematic principles. Many of the demonstrations are VRML.

A Java applet for illustrating the relative motion of two cars with regards to braking.

A Java applet for demonstrating linear motion with regards to two objects moving at different speeds and accelerations.

Applet plots the time dependence of a body acted upon only by the force of gravity. Extensive explanatory text included.

A Java applet demonstrating acceleration (deceleration).

A set of simple computer aided demonstrations for conveying linear motion.

Applet draws the position-versus-time plot of an object that is dragged across the screen by the user.

A Java applet for demonstrating basic traffic flow, reaction times in braking, and importance of following distance,... see more

Would you like to measure your reation time? Would you like to estimate how fast you can drive on the highway?