Executive SummaryEdit

(This is a list of Java applets each designed to demonstrate a different physical concept. This can be either a different way to present a physical concept, or could be a good way to demonstrate an established idea or help to research a particular question; say, how do rainbows work?)

(NTNU Java virtual physics) Edit

What is this? Edit

This Technology provides a way to graph or chart data.

Platform Edit, NTNU Java virtual physics

Application in Innovation Edit

Innovation applications: many, many

This is a fantastic, visual, interactive way to actively manipulate different quantities of a physical system, (want to work with Brownian motion?)

Applications in Efficiency Edit

Efficiency applications: (many, some, none)

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Applications in Community Edit

Community applications: (many, some, none)

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Required technical proficiency Edit

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Similar to / different from Edit

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Limitations Edit

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Official page Edit

NTNU Java Virtual Physics

For more information Edit

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Links Edit

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