Papalapalajejdn's Review of Vernier Video PhysicsReviewed on 7/27/18 3:05 PM
Really old tech here. Doesn’t easily work - maybe on super simple applications like the ball drop example. The tracking is not usable for anything beyond the simple examples shown for a basic lab experiment.
fsertawv's Review of Vernier Video PhysicsReviewed on 7/12/18 9:37 PM
Tracking need to be done with a special care. Make video that way you have high contrast between tracking object and the background
Koocoy1's Review of Vernier Video PhysicsReviewed on 2/5/18 4:14 AM
Actually very good! This app has very unique features I thought a mobile device couldn’t do! I could recommend to be able to add things the the tracking but it looks like you can draw if you track it on your finger!
@TRegPhysics's Review of Vernier Video PhysicsReviewed on 10/15/17 1:29 AM
Getting accurate results requires that you know what you’re doing, but if you do, then it’s great. The auto tracking is meh, but manually adding data points is quick and easy. Unfortunately, analyzing the data in this app is crap. Instead, download Vernier’s free Graphical Analysis app and import the data into that. Once the data is there, you can view x and y position and velocity data as well as do curve fitting. All in all, well worth the money for a physics classroom.