This lesson provides students with a flexible and immersive VR Physics laboratory, allowing them to perform a “ball bouncing” experiment while manipulating gravity, friction and other physics parameters.
Students can repeat experiments quickly and accurately without reset time. Learners are able to alter both simple (ball size and mass) and complex (friction and elasticity) parameters in our virtual lab - with some parameters (such as Earth’s gravity) being impossible to change in a real-life lab.
Experimental data results can be instantly collated, displayed and overlaid with the ability to rewind and pause time to compare data points at any moment in the ball trajectories.
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