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Illustrates the working of a pendulum

This site has many features giving visual examples of concepts in physics. Deals with Acceleration, Velocity, Constant... see more

A solid ball, a solid cylinder, and a hollow cylinder are to roll down a ramp. Students must figure out their order of... see more

This animated interactive demonstration shows how the simple harmonic motion of a spring and mass translates into a... see more

Illustrates Kirchhoff's rules by means of a two resister circuit

This site contains a collection of animations for the teaching of quantum mechanics concepts (see also Kohnle et al., Eur... see more

Applet compares the motion of three trucks, each with differing values of acceleration.

VRML demonstrations of basic kinematics.

A collection of animations illustrating various phenomena associated with waves.

Edheads provides an online resource for kids. Its various games and activities engage students. Students can develop... see more

Newton's law of motion look the same to all observers in inertial frames of reference. It is equally true that if... see more

Forces add like vectors. Three forces act on the orange disk. Drag the heads of the arrows representing these forces to... see more

A series of animated gifs, plus extensive explanation.

The UVA Virtual Lab is a collection of more than fifty presentations on microelectronics,  nanotechnology, and the... see more

Javascript visualization of spherical harmonics in 3-D. Allows user to rotate plot with the mouse.

Java applet to explain a peculiar motional effect of a ping-pong (table tennis) ball or a cue (pool, or billiard) ball.

This site contains an extensive set of notes on basic topics in physics. There are extensive illustrations and animations... see more

In this animation, students must determine what will happen to a spinning bicycle wheel, supported on one end of its axle... see more

Illustrates the buoyant force acting on a floating object of varying density.

Visual demonstration (with vectors) of circular, eliptical, escaping, and falling orbits.

A visualisation exploration of the kinematics of projectile motion. Requires Flash 6; file size is 9k.

Illustrates stream lines near a spinning cylinder