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3. January 2022

Smartphone as a measuring device and laboratory: phyphox app for iOS and Android

Smartphones are more than mobile phones with a few useful, entertaining and fun apps on the display. There are a lot of sensors in modern iPhones and Android devices with which data that is not only important for the system [...]
6. December 2018

Fascinating physics toys for children and adults (part 3/3)

In the third and last part of this series of articles, I will once again present several physics toys for children and adults, which can be used to illustrate physical laws, processes and rules. Fun, learning success and sometimes also a [...]
5. December 2018

Fascinating physics toys for children and adults (part 2/3)

Science, technology, playing and learning - all of this can be realized simultaneously for children and adults with the right physics toy. In the first part of the series I already gave you the Euler disk, the Feel Flux [...]
4. December 2018

Fascinating physics toys for children and adults (part 1/3)

In order to be able to immerse yourself in the world of science and technology, you need a certain amount of enthusiasm in addition to dull school knowledge. This only arises when processes can be observed and experiments can be carried out by hand. Therefore […]
17. October 2015
What if? What happened if? book

What if? What happened if? A book recommendation for hobby physicists and nerds!

How many hours of my life have I spent listening to Harald Lesch's exciting theories when he answers one of the audience's questions about the earth, the universe and everything else. There was [...]