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

A simple animation that illustrates how air molecules move in sound waves, one dimensionally.

This animation shows how air molecules move, 2 dimensionally, in a sound wave.

This animation illustrates how sound waves cause us to hear.

Downloadable mp3s of pure tones from 100 to 10,000 Hz, and combinations of pure tones, including the combinations used to... see more

This series of animations lets you view a "fly-by" and "fly-through" of a house at different percentages of the speed of... see more

The Fear of Physics Web site contains more than twenty interactive physics related activities. Everything from things... see more

In this simulation, students learn about kinetic and potential energy by finding the best start point for a car of a... see more

In this animation, a moving cart shoots a ball straight up. Students get to vote on where the ball will land, and then... 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

In this animation, students must figure out what happens to a bicycle wheel hanging from a rope at the end of its axle,... see more

A program to illustrate the appearance of fast moving objects due to special relativity. Effects modeled are: the Lorentz... see more

This simulation shows the basic principles behind a prism, and demonstrates Snell's Law. Users can see how a prism... see more

This is a simulation of an ideal virtual lens. Users can change the focal length, object size, and measure distances.... see more

This activity lets you experiment with color addition from virtual lightsources which produce red, green, and blue light.... see more

This allows users to experiment with color subtraction from virtual paints which produce cyan, yellow, and magenta spots.... see more

This is a simulation of a phased array like that used in radar or ultrasound devices. You can change the phase difference... see more

There are ma­ny reasons to g­et an ultrasound. Perhaps you're pregnant, and your obstetrician wants you to have an... see more

Build a pattern to complete a sequence of patterns. Study a sequence of three patterns of squares in a grid and build the... see more

Observe sound waves emitted from a moving vehicle. Measure the frequency of sound waves in front of and behind the... see more

Derive an equation to calculate the frequency of an oncoming sound source and a receding sound source. Also, calculate... see more

Test your hearing range by listening to low-, medium-, and high-frequency sounds. Compare the relative loudness of sounds... see more

This simulation lets users explore the forces due to electric charges. Users get to fire a proton into an area where it... see more

Investigate how an inclined plane redirects and reduces the force pulling a brick downward, with or without friction. A... see more