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Physics Lab

2.3.3 (Feb 2022)

Learn Physics from Experiments

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Description

Learn science by doing experiments in your virtual lab with Physics Lab. Now with better AR mode!

Play with various circuit components, build your own 3D electric circuits, and see how they work in real time. Anyone can enjoy the fun of scientific experiments. Perfect for teachers to demonstrate physics experiments in class and for students to explore inside and beyond classroom.

Explore with freedom

  • Pick from 55+ circuit components (more coming!)
  • Drag them from toolbox to desk and connect them the way you like
  • All experiment results backed by science and calculated in precise numbers
  • Design your own galaxy or load from our solar system
  • Electromagnetic experiments with field line visualization

Better than real life

  • Set properties of circuit components to different figures and observe change of behavior and stats in real time
  • One click to turn what you have built into an editable circuit diagram and vise versa
  • No expenses on lab equipments, no worry about safety issues

A lab for everyone

  • Teachers have been using Physics Lab to demonstrate experiments and assist teaching in class
  • Students, in primary or high schools, can learn science and explore freely anywhere, anytime
  • Kids or not, curious minds now have their own virtual lab to learn knowledge by doing experiments

Welcome to our latest app: Turtle Universe, an app for you to understanding social and scientific phenomena & learn STEM, coding, social science & many more by playing with scientific models created and used by scientists and researchers.

* We’d love to hear your comments, questions, and ideas about Physics Lab. Whenever you encounter an issue, please report to us in-app or through email.

Credit and Copyright

Copyright 2020 John Chen. All rights reserved.

Physics Lab's development is led by John Chen & Lexie Zhao. If you mention the software in a publication, please include the citation below:

* Chen, J. & Zhao, L. (2017). Physics Lab.

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