The V-Scope: An "Oscilloscope" for Motion
Physics Teacher Volume 29, Number 5, ISSN 0031-921X
Proposes the V-Scope as a teaching aid to measure, analyze, and display three-dimensional multibody motion. Describes experiment setup considerations, how measurements are calculated, graphic representation capabilities, and modes of operation of this microcomputer-based system. (MDH)
Ronen, M. & Lipman, A. (1991). The V-Scope: An "Oscilloscope" for Motion. Physics Teacher, 29(5), 298-302.
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