phyphox

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Voted: 5.51K
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Categories: Education
Size: 6MB
Installs: 1.63M
App Age: 6 years 1 month
Release Date: Sep 09, 2016
Last Update: Dec 13, 2021
Version: 1.1.10
Version history
1.1.10
Dec 13, 2021
- Experimental depth sensor support (LiDAR/ToF). This feature is currently hidden. See https://phyphox.org/lidar for ways to try it.<br>- New sensor rate strategies (check https://phyphox.org/wiki for details).<br>- Fix: Export via remote access not working in Excel format.<br>- Fix: Export in Excel format not working on pre Android 7 devices.<br>- Fix: Youtube links blocked on Android 11.<br>Full changelog on https://phyphox.org/wiki/index.php/Version_history
1.1.9
Apr 16, 2021
New acoustic countdown for timed run experiments<br>Improved countdown for timed run experiments<br>Hint bubbles are less blocking<br>Fix: Audio Spectrum processes a partially filled audio buffer when pausing the experiment, which leads to a reduced resolution of the Fourier spectrum.<br>Fix: Links not working and missing apps in share menus on Android 11.<br>Fix: Missing time markers and crashes on some stricter OpenGL implementations.
Version history
1.1.10
Dec 13, 2021
- Experimental depth sensor support (LiDAR/ToF). This feature is currently hidden. See https://phyphox.org/lidar for ways to try it.<br>- New sensor rate strategies (check https://phyphox.org/wiki for details).<br>- Fix: Export via remote access not working in Excel format.<br>- Fix: Export in Excel format not working on pre Android 7 devices.<br>- Fix: Youtube links blocked on Android 11.<br>Full changelog on https://phyphox.org/wiki/index.php/Version_history
1.1.9
Apr 16, 2021
New acoustic countdown for timed run experiments<br>Improved countdown for timed run experiments<br>Hint bubbles are less blocking<br>Fix: Audio Spectrum processes a partially filled audio buffer when pausing the experiment, which leads to a reduced resolution of the Fourier spectrum.<br>Fix: Links not working and missing apps in share menus on Android 11.<br>Fix: Missing time markers and crashes on some stricter OpenGL implementations.
1.1.8
Feb 26, 2021
- New absolute time axis (&quot;system time&quot;)<br>- New meta data in export<br>- Synchronization information is logged and available in exported meta data, via REST API and network connection functions<br>- Pause times are visualized and generate gaps in the graph<br>- Several bugfixes (see https://phyphox.org/wiki/index.php/Version_history#1.1.8)
1.1.7
Dec 04, 2020
1.1.5
Mar 19, 2020
1.1.2
Jul 28, 2019
1.1.1
Jul 11, 2019
1.1.0
Jun 16, 2019
1.0.16
Jan 15, 2019
1.0.14
Nov 16, 2018
1.0.13
May 24, 2018
1.0.12
Apr 22, 2018
1.0.11
Feb 12, 2018
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Sep 09, 2016
First release

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Voer fisika eksperimente met jou selfoon. (deur die RWTH Aken Universiteit)
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ከስልክዎ ጋር ፊዚክስ ሙከራዎችን ያከናውኑ. (የ RWTH Aachen ዩኒቨርሲቲ)
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إجراء تجارب الفيزياء مع هاتفك. (من جامعة آخن)
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Telefon ilə fizika eksperimentlər həyata keçirir. (RWTH Aachen Universiteti tərəfindən)
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Выканайце фізічных эксперыментаў з тэлефонам. (у універсітэце Аахена)
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Извършване на физични експерименти с телефона си. (от Университета на RWTH Aachen)
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আপনার ফোন সঙ্গে পদার্থবিদ্যা পরীক্ষায় সঞ্চালন. (RWTH আকন বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় দ্বারা)
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Realitzar experiments de física amb el telèfon. (per la Universitat RWTH Aachen)
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Provádějte fyzikální experimenty s pomocí svého mobilního telefonu.
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Udfør fysik eksperimenter med telefonen. (ved RWTH Aachen University)
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Physikalische Experimente mit dem Smartphone. (von der RWTH Aachen University)
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Πραγματοποιήστε πειράματα φυσικής ε το κινητό σας
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Perform physics experiments with your phone. (by the RWTH Aachen University)
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Realiza experimentos de física con tu teléfono celular (RWTH Aachen University)
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Realiza experimentos de física con tu teléfono celular (RWTH Aachen University)
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Tehke füüsika eksperimendid telefoni. (poolt RWTH Aachen University)
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Egin fisika esperimentuak telefonoarekin. (RWTH Aachen Unibertsitatea arabera)
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انجام آزمایش های فیزیک را با گوشی خود را. (توسط دانشگاه فنی آخن)
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Suorita fysiikan kokeita puhelimen. (By RWTH Aachen)
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Faites des expériences avec votre téléphone! (par RWTH Aachen University)
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Realizar experimentos de física co seu teléfono. (pola Universidade RWTH Aachen)
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Végezze fizikai kísérletek a telefonnal. (a Aacheni Egyetem)
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휴대 전화와 물리학 실험을 수행합니다. (RWTH 아헨 대학의)
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сиздин аппарат менен Physics эксперименттер ашырат. (RWTH Aachen University менен)
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ປະ​ຕິ​ບັດ​ການ​ທົດ​ລອງ​ຟີ​ຊິກ​ທີ່​ມີ​ໂທລະ​ສັບ​ຂອງ​ທ່ານ​. (ໂດຍ RWTH Aachen University​)
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Atlikti fizikos eksperimentus su savo telefonu. (pagal Acheno technikos universitetas)
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Veikt fizikas eksperimentus ar savu tālruni. (ar RWTH Āhenes Universitātes)
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Вршат физичките експерименти со вашиот телефон. (од страна на Универзитетот на Ахен)
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നിങ്ങളുടെ ഫോൺ ഉപയോഗിച്ച് പരീക്ഷണങ്ങളിൽ നടപ്പിലാക്കുക. (ഈ SARTRE സർവ്വകലാശാല)
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Таны гар утас нь физикийн туршилт хийнэ. (RWTH Аахен их сургууль)
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आपला फोन भौतिकशास्त्र प्रयोग सुरू करा. (RWTH आचेन विद्यापीठाने)
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Melakukan eksperimen fizik dengan telefon anda. (oleh Universiti RWTH Aachen)
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သင့်ရဲ့ဖုန်းနှင့်အတူရူပဗေဒစမ်းသပ်ချက် Perform ။ (ထို RWTH Aachen တက္ကသိုလ်က)
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Utføre eksperimenter med telefonen. (ved RWTH Aachen)
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आफ्नो फोन संग भौतिक प्रयोगहरू प्रदर्शन। (यो RWTH आकिन विश्वविद्यालय द्वारा)
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Doe fysica experimenten met je smartphone (via RWTH Aachen University)
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Utføre eksperimenter med telefonen. (ved RWTH Aachen)
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ਆਪਣੇ ਫੋਨ ਨਾਲ ਭੌਤਿਕੀ ਪ੍ਰਯੋਗ ਕਰੋ (ਆਰ.ਡਬਲਿਯੂ.ਏ. ਅੈਕਨ ਯੂਨੀਵਰਸਿਟੀ ਦੁਆਰਾ)
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Prowadź eksperymenty fizyczne z wykorzystaniem telefonu.
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Faça experimentos de física com seu smartphone (RWTH Aachen University Alemanha)
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Faça experimentos de física com seu smartphone (RWTH Aachen University Alemanha)
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Efectua experimente de fizica cu telefonul. (de la Universitatea RWTH Aachen)
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Проведение физических экспериментов с вашим телефоном. (Университет RWTH Aachen)
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ඔබේ දුරකථන සමග භෞතික විද්යාව පර්යේෂණ සිදු කරන්න. (මෙම RWTH Aachen විශ්ව විද්යාලය විසින්)
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Provádějte fyzikální experimenty s pomocí svého mobilního telefonu.
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Opravite fizike poskuse s telefonom. (Univerza v RWTH Aachen)
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Kryeni eksperimente fizike me telefonin tuaj. (nga RWTH University Aachen)
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Izvršite fizičke eksperimente sa telefonom. (od RWTH Aachen University)
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Genomföra experiment med telefonen. (genom RWTH Aachen)
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Kufanya fizikia majaribio na simu yako. (na Chuo Kikuu RWTH Aachen)
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உங்கள் தொலைபேசி இயற்பியல் சோதனைகளிலும் செய்யவும். (RWTH ஆச்சென் பல்கலைக்கழகம்)
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మీ ఫోన్ తో భౌతిక ప్రయోగాలు జరుపుము. (RWTH ఆచెన్ విశ్వవిద్యాలయం)
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ดำเนินการทดลองฟิสิกส์กับโทรศัพท์ของคุณ (โดยมหาวิทยาลัย RWTH Aachen)
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Telefonunuzla fizik deneyleri yapın. (RWTH Aachen Üniversitesi tarafından)
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Виконайте фізичних експериментів з телефоном. (в університеті Аахена)
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اپنے فون کے ساتھ طبیعیات کے تجربات کریں۔ (بذریعہ RWTH آچن یونیورسٹی)
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Làm thí nghiệm vật lý với điện thoại của bạn. (bởi Đại học RWTH Aachen)
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利用手机进行物理实验。(由亚琛工业大学开发)
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利用手機執行實驗量測
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利用手機執行實驗量測
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Enze physics ucwaningo nefoni yakho. (by the RWTH Aachen University)
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Věděli jste, že sebou nosíte 3D magnetometr. Víte, že můžete použít svůj mobil jako kyvadlo k měření lokálního tíhového zrychlení? Že mmůžete udělat ze svého mobilu sonar. Phyphox vám dává přístup k senzorům vašeho mobilu buď přímo nebo skrze připravené moduly experimentů, které analyzují vaše data a umožňují exportovat jak čístá naměřená data tak vypočtené výsledky pro další analýzu. Můžete dokonce vytvořit své vlastní experimentální moduly na phyphox.org a sdílet je s kolegy, studenty a přáteli. Vybrané funkce : - Široký výběr připravených experimentů. Stačí zmáčknout tlačítko a vše běží. - Exportování dat v několika běžně používaných formátech. - Vzdálený přístup k vašemu experimentu skrze webové rozhraní. Stačí mít PC na stejné lokální síti jako váš mobil. Instalace softwaru na PC není nutná. Vše co potřebujete je moderní internetový prohlížeč. - Vytvořte své vlastní experimentální moduly vybráním senzorových vstupů, definováním kroků analýzy dat a vybraním vhodného rozhraní pro jejich zobrazení. To vše pomocí našeho web-editoru (http://phyphox.org/editor) .Nabízíme širokou paletu nástrojů pro analýzu dat od pouhého sčítání hodnot až po pokročilé metody jakými jsou například Fourierova transformace a křížová korelace Podporované senzory: - Akcelerometr - Magnetometr - Gyroskop - Světelný senzor - Barometr - Mikrofón - Senzor přiblížení(Proximity) - GPS *některé senzory nejsou součástí vybavení všech mobilních zařízení. Formáty pro export - CSV (Hodnoty oddělované čárkou) - CSV (Hodnoty oddělované tabulátorem) - Excel (pokud byste potřebovali jiný formát, tak nám neváhejte napsat) Tato aplikace byla vyvinuta na Druhém Instytutu Fyziky A na RWTH univerzitě v Aachen. -- Vysvětlení požadovaných povolení přístupu Máte- li android verze 6.0 a vyšší, pak budete o některá povolení požádáni až v okamžiku, kdy budou potřeba. Internet: Toto umožní phyphoxu připojení k síti, které je potřeba pro načítání experimentů uložených online a při použití vzdáleného přístupu. Obojí je prováděno pouze když o to výslovně požáda uživatel a žádná jiná data nejsou vysílána. Bluetooth: Používán k přístupu k externím senzorům. Přečíst externí úložiště: Toto může být potřeba pro otevření experimentu uloženého na tomto zařízení. Záznam audia: Vyžadován pro zpřístupnění mikrofonu jako senzoru. Umístění: Umožnuje využití GPS pro experimenty analyzující vaši polohu. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Wusstest du, dass du stets ein 3D-Magnetometer mit dir herumträgst? Dass dein Smartphone als Pendel die lokale Erdbeschleunigung messen kann? Dass man dein Smartphone als Sonar nutzen kann? phyphox ermöglicht den Zugriff auf die Sensoren Ihres Smartphone oder Tablets, entweder direkt oder durch sofort einsatzbereite Experimente mit eingebauter Datenauswertung und Export-Funktion. Du kannst sogar eigene Experimente mit eigenen Datenanalysen auf phyphox.org entwickeln und diese mit Kollegen, Schülern und Freunden teilen. Feature-Auswahl: - Vordefinierte Beispiel-Experimente. Einfach Start klicken und los geht's! - Exportiere deine Daten in vielen gängigen Formaten - Steure dein Experiment von einem PC im gleichen Netzwerk fern. Dazu musst du nichts installieren, sondern brauchst lediglich einen aktuellen Browser. - Eigene Experimente können aus Sensor-Eingängen, mathematischen Operationen und Darstellungsmodulen in unserem Web-Editor (http://phyphox.org/editor) zusammengesetzt werden. Egal, ob nur zwei Werte addiert werden sollen oder du fortgeschrittene Funktionen wie Fourier-Transformation oder Kreuzkorrelation benötigst. Unterstützte Sensoren - Beschleunigungssensor - Magnetometer - Gyroskop - Licht-Sensor - Druck - Näherungssensor - Mikrofon - GPS *manche Sensoren sind nicht auf jedem Gerät verfügbar. Export Formate - CSV (durch Komma getrennte Werte) - CSV (durch Tabulator getrennte Werte) - Excel (wenn du weitere Formate benötigst, lass es uns wissen) Diese App wurde am 2. Physikalischen Institut A der RWTH Aachen University entwickelt. -- Erklärung der angeforderten Zugriffsrechte Wenn du Android 6.0 oder neuer verwendest, wird nach manchen Berechtigungen nur bei Bedarf gefragt. Internet: Dies erlaubt Zugriff auf das Netzwerk, welcher benötigt wird, wenn ein Experiment aus einer Internet-Quelle geladen werden soll und für den Fernzugriff. Beides passiert nur auf Wunsch des Users und es werden keine anderen Daten übertragen. Bluetooth: Wird für den Zugriff auf externe Sensoren genutzt. Read external storage: Dies kann nötig sein, wenn ein externes Experiment auf dem Gerät geöffnet werden soll. Record audio: Nötig um das Mikrofon im Experiment zu verwenden. Location: Benötigt für den Zugriff auf GPS-Daten für entsprechende ortsabhängige Experimente. Kamera: Scan von QR-Codes um externe Experimentkonfigurationen zu laden.}
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Γνωρίζεις ότι έχει στη διάθεσή σου ένα μαγνητόμετρο 3D; Ότι μπορείς να χρησιμοποιήσεις το κινητό σου σαν εκρεμμές για να μετρήσεις την τιμή της επιτάχυνσης της βαρύτητας στον τόπο σου; Ότι μπορείς να μετατρέψεις το τηλέφωνό σου σε σόναρ; Η εφαρμογή phyphox σου δίνει πρόσβαση στους αισθητήρες του τηλεφώνου σου είτε απευθείας είτε μέσω έτοιμων πειραμάτων με τα οποία αναλύεις τα δεδομένα σου και σου δίνει τη δυνατότητα να εξάγεις τα πρωτογενή δεδομένα μαζί με τα αποτελέσματα ώστε να διεξάγεις εκτενέστερη ανάλυση. Μπορείς ακόμα και να καθορίσεις τα δικά σου πειράματα στο phyphox.org και να τα μοιραστείς με συνεργάτες, μαθητές και φίλους. Επιλεγμένες Δυνατότητες : - Συλλογή από έτοιμα πειράματα, απλά πατάς εκκίνηση για να ξεκινήσει. - Εξαγωγή δεδομένων σε μια πληθώρα γνωστών format - Απομακρυσμένη πρόσβαση στο πείραμα μέσω φυλλομετρητή σε οποιοδήποτε υπολογιστή που είναι στο ίδιο δίκτυο με το τηλέφωνο. Δεν απαιτείται καμμία εγκατάσταση στον υπολογιστή- το μόνο που χρειάζεται είναι ένας σύγχρονος φυλλομετρητής. - Δημιουργία των δικών σου πειραμάτων επιλέγοντας αισθητήρες, ορίζοντας τα βήματα της ανάλυσης και ορίζοντας όψεις σε ένα περιβάλλον με τη χρήση του web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). Η ανάλυση μπορεί να κυμαίνεται από την απλή πρόσθεση δύο μεταβλητών μέχρι τη χρήση προηγμένων μεθόδων όπως μετασχηματισμό Fourier και crosscorrelation. Διαθέτουμε ένα ολόκληρο σύνολο από συναρτήσεις ανάλυσης. Υποστηριζόμενοι αισθητήρες: - Επιταχυνσιόμετρο - Μαγνητόμετρο - Γυροσκόπιο - Έντασης φωτός - Πίεσης - Mικρόφωνο - Εγγύτητας - GPS *μερικοί αισθητήρες δεν είναι διαθέσιμοι σε όλα τα τηλέφωνα. Format Εξαγωγής - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (Αν χρειάζεστε παραπάνω format, παρακαλούμε ενημερώστε μας) Αυτή η εφαρμογή δημιουργήθηκε στο 2ο Ινστιτούτο Φυσικής Α This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A στο Πανεπιστήμιο RWTH Aachen. -- Επεξήγηση σχετικά με τις άδειες που ζητούνται. Αν διαθέτετε Android 6.0 ή νεώτερο θα ζητηθούν κάποιες άδειες για να χρησιμοποιηθούν όταν χρειαστούν. Internet: Εξασφαλίζει την πρόσβαση του phyphox στο internet, η οποία χρειάζεται για την φόρτωση πειραμάτων από διαδικτυακές πηγές καθώς και όταν χρησιμοποιείται απομακρυσμένη πρόσβαση. Και τα δύο συμβαίνουν όταν ζητηθεί από τον χρήστη και δεν μεταδίδεται καμία άλλη πληροφορία. Bluetooth: Χρησιμοποιείται για την πρόσβαση σε εξωτερικούς αισθητήρες. Read external storage: Αυτή η άδεια μπορεί να είναι απαραίτητη για το άνοιγμα ενός πειράματος που έχει αποθηκευτεί στην συσκευή. Record audio: Απαιτείται για τη χρήση του μικροφώνου στα πειράματα. Location: Χρησιμοποιείται για πρόσβαση στο GPS σε πειράματα που απαιτούν προσδιορισμό της θέσης . Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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¿Sabías que llevas un magnetómetro 3D? ¿Que puede usar su teléfono como péndulo para medir la aceleración gravitacional local de la Tierra? ¿Que puedes convertir tu teléfono en un sonar? phyphox le da acceso a los sensores de su teléfono, ya sea directamente o mediante experimentos listos para jugar que analizan sus datos y le permiten exportar datos sin procesar junto con los resultados para un análisis posterior. Incluso puede definir sus propios experimentos en phyphox.org y compartirlos con colegas, estudiantes y amigos. Características Seleccionadas: - Una selección de experimentos predefinidos. Solo presiona play para comenzar. - Exporte sus datos a una variedad de formatos ampliamente utilizados - Controle a distancia su experimento a través de una interfaz web desde cualquier PC en la misma red que su teléfono. No es necesario instalar nada en esas PC: todo lo que necesita es un navegador web moderno. - Defina sus propios experimentos seleccionando entradas de sensores, definiendo pasos de análisis y creando vistas como una interfaz utilizando nuestro editor web (http://phyphox.org/editor). El análisis puede consistir simplemente en agregar dos valores o utilizar métodos avanzados como las transformadas de Fourier y la correlación cruzada. Ofrecemos una caja de herramientas completa de funciones de análisis. Sensores compatibles: - Acelerómetro - magnetómetro - giroscopio - Intensidad de luz - Presión - micrófono - proximidad - GPS * Algunos sensores no están presentes en todos los teléfonos. Formatos de exportación - CSV (valores separados por comas) - CSV (valores separados por tabulaciones) - Excel (si necesita otros formatos, háganoslo saber) Esta aplicación ha sido desarrollada en el 2º Instituto de Física A de la Universidad RWTH Aachen. -- Explicación de los permisos solicitados. Si tiene Android 6.0 o más reciente, solo se solicitarán algunos permisos cuando sea necesario. Internet: esto otorga acceso a la red phyphox, que se requiere para cargar experimentos de recursos en línea o cuando se utiliza el acceso remoto. Ambos solo se realizan cuando el usuario lo solicita y no se transmiten otros datos. Bluetooth: se utiliza para acceder a sensores externos. Leer almacenamiento externo: esto puede ser necesario al abrir un experimento almacenado en el dispositivo. Grabar audio: se requiere para usar el micrófono en experimentos. Ubicación: se utiliza para acceder al GPS para experimentos basados en la ubicación. Cámara: se utiliza para escanear códigos QR para configuraciones de experimentos externos.}
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¿Sabías que llevas un magnetómetro 3D? ¿Que puede usar su teléfono como péndulo para medir la aceleración gravitacional local de la Tierra? ¿Que puedes convertir tu teléfono en un sonar? phyphox le da acceso a los sensores de su teléfono, ya sea directamente o mediante experimentos listos para jugar que analizan sus datos y le permiten exportar datos sin procesar junto con los resultados para un análisis posterior. Incluso puede definir sus propios experimentos en phyphox.org y compartirlos con colegas, estudiantes y amigos. Características Seleccionadas: - Una selección de experimentos predefinidos. Solo presiona play para comenzar. - Exporte sus datos a una variedad de formatos ampliamente utilizados - Controle a distancia su experimento a través de una interfaz web desde cualquier PC en la misma red que su teléfono. No es necesario instalar nada en esas PC: todo lo que necesita es un navegador web moderno. - Defina sus propios experimentos seleccionando entradas de sensores, definiendo pasos de análisis y creando vistas como una interfaz utilizando nuestro editor web (http://phyphox.org/editor). El análisis puede consistir simplemente en agregar dos valores o utilizar métodos avanzados como las transformadas de Fourier y la correlación cruzada. Ofrecemos una caja de herramientas completa de funciones de análisis. Sensores compatibles: - Acelerómetro - magnetómetro - giroscopio - Intensidad de luz - Presión - micrófono - proximidad - GPS * Algunos sensores no están presentes en todos los teléfonos. Formatos de exportación - CSV (valores separados por comas) - CSV (valores separados por tabulaciones) - Excel (si necesita otros formatos, háganoslo saber) Esta aplicación ha sido desarrollada en el 2º Instituto de Física A de la Universidad RWTH Aachen. -- Explicación de los permisos solicitados. Si tiene Android 6.0 o más reciente, solo se solicitarán algunos permisos cuando sea necesario. Internet: esto otorga acceso a la red phyphox, que se requiere para cargar experimentos de recursos en línea o cuando se utiliza el acceso remoto. Ambos solo se realizan cuando el usuario lo solicita y no se transmiten otros datos. Bluetooth: se utiliza para acceder a sensores externos. Leer almacenamiento externo: esto puede ser necesario al abrir un experimento almacenado en el dispositivo. Grabar audio: se requiere para usar el micrófono en experimentos. Ubicación: se utiliza para acceder al GPS para experimentos basados en la ubicación. Cámara: se utiliza para escanear códigos QR para configuraciones de experimentos externos.}
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¿Sabías que llevas un magnetómetro 3D? ¿Que puede usar su teléfono como péndulo para medir la aceleración gravitacional local de la Tierra? ¿Que puedes convertir tu teléfono en un sonar? phyphox le da acceso a los sensores de su teléfono, ya sea directamente o mediante experimentos listos para jugar que analizan sus datos y le permiten exportar datos sin procesar junto con los resultados para un análisis posterior. Incluso puede definir sus propios experimentos en phyphox.org y compartirlos con colegas, estudiantes y amigos. Características Seleccionadas: - Una selección de experimentos predefinidos. Solo presiona play para comenzar. - Exporte sus datos a una variedad de formatos ampliamente utilizados - Controle a distancia su experimento a través de una interfaz web desde cualquier PC en la misma red que su teléfono. No es necesario instalar nada en esas PC: todo lo que necesita es un navegador web moderno. - Defina sus propios experimentos seleccionando entradas de sensores, definiendo pasos de análisis y creando vistas como una interfaz utilizando nuestro editor web (http://phyphox.org/editor). El análisis puede consistir simplemente en agregar dos valores o utilizar métodos avanzados como las transformadas de Fourier y la correlación cruzada. Ofrecemos una caja de herramientas completa de funciones de análisis. Sensores compatibles: - Acelerómetro - magnetómetro - giroscopio - Intensidad de luz - Presión - micrófono - proximidad - GPS * Algunos sensores no están presentes en todos los teléfonos. Formatos de exportación - CSV (valores separados por comas) - CSV (valores separados por tabulaciones) - Excel (si necesita otros formatos, háganoslo saber) Esta aplicación ha sido desarrollada en el 2º Instituto de Física A de la Universidad RWTH Aachen. -- Explicación de los permisos solicitados. Si tiene Android 6.0 o más reciente, solo se solicitarán algunos permisos cuando sea necesario. Internet: esto otorga acceso a la red phyphox, que se requiere para cargar experimentos de recursos en línea o cuando se utiliza el acceso remoto. Ambos solo se realizan cuando el usuario lo solicita y no se transmiten otros datos. Bluetooth: se utiliza para acceder a sensores externos. Leer almacenamiento externo: esto puede ser necesario al abrir un experimento almacenado en el dispositivo. Grabar audio: se requiere para usar el micrófono en experimentos. Ubicación: se utiliza para acceder al GPS para experimentos basados en la ubicación. Cámara: se utiliza para escanear códigos QR para configuraciones de experimentos externos.}
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¿Sabías que llevas un magnetómetro 3D? ¿Que puede usar su teléfono como péndulo para medir la aceleración gravitacional local de la Tierra? ¿Que puedes convertir tu teléfono en un sonar? phyphox le da acceso a los sensores de su teléfono, ya sea directamente o mediante experimentos listos para jugar que analizan sus datos y le permiten exportar datos sin procesar junto con los resultados para un análisis posterior. Incluso puede definir sus propios experimentos en phyphox.org y compartirlos con colegas, estudiantes y amigos. Características Seleccionadas: - Una selección de experimentos predefinidos. Solo presiona play para comenzar. - Exporte sus datos a una variedad de formatos ampliamente utilizados - Controle a distancia su experimento a través de una interfaz web desde cualquier PC en la misma red que su teléfono. No es necesario instalar nada en esas PC: todo lo que necesita es un navegador web moderno. - Defina sus propios experimentos seleccionando entradas de sensores, definiendo pasos de análisis y creando vistas como una interfaz utilizando nuestro editor web (http://phyphox.org/editor). El análisis puede consistir simplemente en agregar dos valores o utilizar métodos avanzados como las transformadas de Fourier y la correlación cruzada. Ofrecemos una caja de herramientas completa de funciones de análisis. Sensores compatibles: - Acelerómetro - magnetómetro - giroscopio - Intensidad de luz - Presión - micrófono - proximidad - GPS * Algunos sensores no están presentes en todos los teléfonos. Formatos de exportación - CSV (valores separados por comas) - CSV (valores separados por tabulaciones) - Excel (si necesita otros formatos, háganoslo saber) Esta aplicación ha sido desarrollada en el 2º Instituto de Física A de la Universidad RWTH Aachen. -- Explicación de los permisos solicitados. Si tiene Android 6.0 o más reciente, solo se solicitarán algunos permisos cuando sea necesario. Internet: esto otorga acceso a la red phyphox, que se requiere para cargar experimentos de recursos en línea o cuando se utiliza el acceso remoto. Ambos solo se realizan cuando el usuario lo solicita y no se transmiten otros datos. Bluetooth: se utiliza para acceder a sensores externos. Leer almacenamiento externo: esto puede ser necesario al abrir un experimento almacenado en el dispositivo. Grabar audio: se requiere para usar el micrófono en experimentos. Ubicación: se utiliza para acceder al GPS para experimentos basados en la ubicación. Cámara: se utiliza para escanear códigos QR para configuraciones de experimentos externos.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Saviez-vous que vous possédiez un magnétomètre 3D ? Que vous pouvez utiliser votre téléphone comme un pendule pour mesurer l'accélération gravitationnelle de la terre ? Que vous pouvez transformer votre téléphone en sonar ? phyphox vous donne accès aux capteurs de votre téléphone, soit directement, soit par le biais d'expériences toutes prêtes qui analysent vos données et vous permettent de les exporter pour une analyse plus poussée. Vous pouvez même créer vos propres expériences sur phyphox.org et les partager avec vos collègues, étudiants et amis. Caractéristiques principales : - Des expériences prédéfinies. Il suffit d'appuyer sur play pour commencer. - Exporter vos données dans un large éventail de formats disponibles. - Contrôlez votre expérience à distance via une interface web sur un PC connecté sur le même réseau que votre téléphone. Il n'y a rien à installer, tout ce dont vous avez besoin est un navigateur web moderne. - Créez vos propres expériences en sélectionnant des entrées de capteurs, en définissant des étapes d'analyse et en créant une interface à l'aide de notre éditeur Web (http://phyphox.org/editor). L'analyse peut consister à additionner simplement deux valeurs ou à utiliser des méthodes avancées comme les transformées de Fourier ou la corrélation croisée. Nous proposons toute une panoplie de fonctions d'analyse. Capteurs compatibles : - Accéléromètre - Magnétomètre - Gyroscope - Intensité lumineuse - Pression - Microphone - Proximité - GPS *certains capteurs ne sont pas présents sur tous les téléphones. Formats d'exportation des données - CSV (valeurs séparées par des virgules) - CSV (valeurs séparées par des tabulations) - Excel (si vous avez besoin d'autres formats, veuillez nous le faire savoir) Cette application a été développée au 2nd Institut de physique A de l'Université d'Aix-la-Chapelle (2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University). -- Explication des permissions demandées Sur Android 6.0 ou plus récent, certaines permissions ne seront demandées que lorsque vous en aurez besoin. Internet : permet à phyphox d'accéder au réseau, ce qui est nécessaire pour charger des expériences à partir de ressources en ligne ou en cas de contrôle à distance. Dans tous les cas, cet accès ne se fait qu'à la demande de l'utilisateur et aucune autre donnée n'est transmise. Bluetooth : éventuellement nécessaire pour accéder à des capteurs externes. Accès au stockage externe : éventuellement nécessaire pour ouvrir une expérience enregistrée sur l'appareil. Enregistrement audio : nécessaire pour pouvoir utiliser le microphone dans les expériences. Localisation : nécessaire pour pouvoir utiliser le GPS dans les expériences. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Saviez-vous que vous possédiez un magnétomètre 3D ? Que vous pouvez utiliser votre téléphone comme un pendule pour mesurer l'accélération gravitationnelle de la terre ? Que vous pouvez transformer votre téléphone en sonar ? phyphox vous donne accès aux capteurs de votre téléphone, soit directement, soit par le biais d'expériences toutes prêtes qui analysent vos données et vous permettent de les exporter pour une analyse plus poussée. Vous pouvez même créer vos propres expériences sur phyphox.org et les partager avec vos collègues, étudiants et amis. Caractéristiques principales : - Des expériences prédéfinies. Il suffit d'appuyer sur play pour commencer. - Exporter vos données dans un large éventail de formats disponibles. - Contrôlez votre expérience à distance via une interface web sur un PC connecté sur le même réseau que votre téléphone. Il n'y a rien à installer, tout ce dont vous avez besoin est un navigateur web moderne. - Créez vos propres expériences en sélectionnant des entrées de capteurs, en définissant des étapes d'analyse et en créant une interface à l'aide de notre éditeur Web (http://phyphox.org/editor). L'analyse peut consister à additionner simplement deux valeurs ou à utiliser des méthodes avancées comme les transformées de Fourier ou la corrélation croisée. Nous proposons toute une panoplie de fonctions d'analyse. Capteurs compatibles : - Accéléromètre - Magnétomètre - Gyroscope - Intensité lumineuse - Pression - Microphone - Proximité - GPS *certains capteurs ne sont pas présents sur tous les téléphones. Formats d'exportation des données - CSV (valeurs séparées par des virgules) - CSV (valeurs séparées par des tabulations) - Excel (si vous avez besoin d'autres formats, veuillez nous le faire savoir) Cette application a été développée au 2nd Institut de physique A de l'Université d'Aix-la-Chapelle (2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University). -- Explication des permissions demandées Sur Android 6.0 ou plus récent, certaines permissions ne seront demandées que lorsque vous en aurez besoin. Internet : permet à phyphox d'accéder au réseau, ce qui est nécessaire pour charger des expériences à partir de ressources en ligne ou en cas de contrôle à distance. Dans tous les cas, cet accès ne se fait qu'à la demande de l'utilisateur et aucune autre donnée n'est transmise. Bluetooth : éventuellement nécessaire pour accéder à des capteurs externes. Accès au stockage externe : éventuellement nécessaire pour ouvrir une expérience enregistrée sur l'appareil. Enregistrement audio : nécessaire pour pouvoir utiliser le microphone dans les expériences. Localisation : nécessaire pour pouvoir utiliser le GPS dans les expériences. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Sapevi di avere con te un magnetometro 3D? Sapevi di poter usare il tuo telefono come un pendolo per misurare l' accelerazione gravitazionale della Terra? Che puoi trasformare il tuo telefono in un sonar? Phyphox ti dà accesso ai sensori del tuo telefono direttamente o attraverso esperimenti guidati che analizzano i tuoi dati e ti permettono di esportarli per future analisi. Puoi anche definire i tuoi esperimenti personali su phyphox.org e condividerli con colleghi, studenti e amici. Principali caratteristiche: - Esperimenti predefiniti. Basta la pressione di un tasto per eseguirli. - Esportazione di dati in una varietà di formati - Controllo remoto dell'esperimento usando un PC sulla stessa rete sulla quale è registrato il tuo telefono. Non c'è bisogno di installare prodotti di terze parti: tutto quello che ti serve è un browser web aggiornato. - Definizione dei propri esperimenti selezionando i sensori da usare, definendo l'analisi dei dati e creando apposite interfacce attraverso il nostro web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). Grazie all'ampia disponibilità di strumenti software, l'analisi può essere molto semplice (some la somma di due numeri) o molto complessa (usando metodi come la trasformata di Fourier e le autocorrelazioni). Principali sensori utilizzabili: -Accelerometro -Magnetometro -Giroscopio -Intensità luminosa -Pressione -Microfono -Prossimità -GPS *alcuni sensori non sono presenti in tutti i telefoni Formati esterni: -CSV (Comma separated values) -CSV (Tab-separated values) -Excel (se hai bisogno di altri formati, puoi scriverci) Quest'applicazione è stata sviluppata dal secondo Istituto di Fisica del Politecnico di Aachen -- Requisiti per l'accesso Se hai Android 6.0 o superiore, ti sarà chiesto il permesso di usare alcune caratteristiche del tuo smartphone (solo quando se ne ha bisogno). Internet: concede l' accesso alla rete, richiesto per caricare esperimenti da risorse online o quando si usa l' accesso remoto. Bluetooth: usato per accedere a sensori esterni. Lettura della memoria esterna: può rendersi necessario per eseguire esperimenti caricati su questa memoria Microfono: richiesto per usare il microfono negli esperimenti. Localizzazione: usata per accedere al GPS per esperimenti basati sulla posizione. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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いつも3D磁力計を持ち歩いていることをご存知でしたか? あなたのスマートフォンは、振り子を利用して地球上の局地重力加速度を計測したり、音波探知機とすることもできるかも? phyphoxはあなたのスマートフォンに搭載された様々な物理センサーに直接アクセスしてデータを取得したり、すぐに実行できるデータ分析ツールを使った実験を可能にします.さらに様々な分析の結果と取得した時系列データをエクスポートすることができます.phyphox.orgで自分だけの実験分析ツールを作って,同僚,学生や友達と共有することもできます. こだわりの特徴: - 事前に定義された実験の選択が可能です.実験を開始するためにはプレイを押すだけです. - 広範に使用されるフォーマットへのエクスポートが可能です - お持ちのスマートフォンと同じネットワークのPCからウェブのインターフェースを通じたあなたの実験の遠隔操作が可能です. PCに何もインストールする必要はありません.- 必要なものは現代のウェブブラウザだけです. - センサー入力を選択し,分析ステップを定義し,我々のウェブエディター (http://phyphox.org/editor) を用いるインターフェースとして表示を作成することであなた自身の実験を定義することが可能です.分析は二つの値を入力するだけのものや,フーリエ変換や自己相関関数などのようなより高度な手法を用いることから成り立っています.我々は分析関数の全ツールボックスを提供します. 対応センサー: - 加速度計 - 磁力計 - ジャイロスコープ - 光強度 - 圧力 - マイクロフォン - 接近度 - GPS *あるスマートフォンではいくつかのセンサーが搭載されていない場合もあります. エクスポートフォーマット - CSV (コンマで区切られた値) - CSV (タブで区切られた値) - Excel (他のフォーマットが必要な場合はお知らせください) 本アプリはthe 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen Universityによって開発されました. -- 申請許可に関する説明 Android 6.0あるいはそれよりも新しいデバイスをお持ちの場合は必要の際に許可が求められます. インターネット:これはオンラインソースやリモートアクセスから実験をロードする際に必要とされるphyphoxのネットワークアクセスを許可します.両者は使用者により求められた場合にのみ行われます.その他のデータは伝達されません. Bluetooth: 外部センサーへのアクセスに使用されます. 外部ストレージの読み込み: これはあなたのデバイスに保存された実験を開くさいに必要となります. 音声記録: 実験のマイクロフォンを使用する必要があります. 位置: 位置に依存する実験においてGPSアクセスをするために使用されます. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Wist je dat je een 3D-magnetometer draagt? Dat u uw telefoon als een slinger kunt gebruiken om de lokale zwaarteveldsterkte van de aarde te meten? Dat je van je smartphone een sonar kunt maken? phyphox geeft je toegang tot de sensoren van je smartphone , hetzij direct, hetzij via kant-en-klare experimenten die je data analyseren en waarmee je onbewerkte data samen met de resultaten kunt exporteren voor verdere analyse. U kunt zelfs uw eigen experimenten naar phyphox.org uploaden en deze met collega's, studenten en vrienden delen. Mogelijke functies: - Een selectie van vooraf opgezette experimenten. Druk gewoon op play om te starten. - Exporteer uw gegevens naar veelgebruikte bestandsindelingen - Beheer op afstand uw experiment via een webinterface vanaf elke pc in hetzelfde netwerk als uw smartphone. U hoeft niets op die pc's te installeren - u hebt alleen een moderne webbrowser nodig. - Creëer met behulp van onze web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor) uw eigen experimenten door meting via een gekozen sensor, analysestappen te bepalen en views te maken als interface. De analyse kan bestaan uit het toevoegen van slechts twee waarden of het gebruik van geavanceerde methoden zoals Fourier-transformaties en crosscorrelatie. We bieden een hele toolbox met analysefuncties. Ondersteunde sensoren: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscoop - Lichtintensiteit - Druk - Microfoon - Nabijsheidsensor - GPS *sommige sensoren zitten niet op elke smartphone. Export formaten - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (als u andere bestandsformaten wenst, laat het ons weten) Deze app werd ontwikkeld aan het Instituut voor Fysica van de RWTH Aachen University. Uitleg voor de gevraagde toestemmingen Als je Android 6.0 of hoger hebt, worden sommige toestemmingen alleen gevraagd als dat nodig is. Internet: hiermee krijgt u phyphox-netwerktoegang, die nodig is om experimenten van online bronnen te laden of wanneer u de externe toegang gebruikt. Beide worden alleen gedaan op verzoek van de gebruiker en er worden geen andere gegevens verzonden. Bluetooth: wordt gebruikt voor toegang tot externe sensoren. Externe opslag lezen: dit kan nodig zijn bij het openen van een experiment dat op de smartphone is opgeslagen. Audio opnemen: vereist om de microfoon in experimenten te gebruiken. Locatie: wordt gebruikt voor toegang tot GPS voor locatiegebaseerde experimenten. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Czy wiesz, że nosisz przy sobie magnetometr 3D? Czy jesteś świadom, że smatrfon można wykorzystać jako wahadło i zmierzyć lokalną wartość przyspieszenia ziemskiego? Czy zdajesz sobie sprawę z faktu, że smartfon może stać się sonarem? phyphox umożliwia dostęp do surowych danych rejestrowanych przez wbudowane w smartfon czujniki oraz pozwala korzystać ze specjalnie przygotowanych eksperymentów, w których dane te są analizowane i mogą być wyeksportowane do dalszej obróbki. Można także przygotować własny eksperyment i podzielić się nim z innymi użytkownikami na platformie phyphox.org. Wybrane aktywności: - Wybierz jeden z wielu przygotowanych eksperymentów. Naciśnij Start i odkrywaj nieznane. - Wyeksportuj zarejestrowane dane w wybranym formacie obsługiwanym przez inne oprogramowanie. - Kontroluj przebieg eksperymentu zdalnie, poprzez interfejs sieciowy, z dowolnego komputera podłączonego do tej samej sieci, co smartfon. Wystarczy odpowiednia przeglądarka www. - Zaproponuj własny eksperyment wykorzystujący dane z czujników urządzenia, opisz jak analizować te dane i określ sposób ich wizualizacji w dedykowanym edytorze (http://phyphox.org/editor). Analiza danych może ograniczać się do podstawowych operacji matematycznych takich jak dodawanie, ale może być również bardziej zaawansowana i obejmować analizę Fourier'a lub korelację parametrów. Do tego celu dostępne są różnorodne narzędzia. Obsługiwane czujniki: - Akcelerometr - Magnetometr - Żyroskop - Natężenia światła - Barometr - Mikrofon - Zbliżeniowy - GPS *niektóre z czujników nie są wbudowane w każdy smartfon. Formaty eksportowanych danych: - CSV (Przecinek jako separator) - CSV (Tabulator jako separator) - Excel (jeśli niezbędne są inne formaty, prosimy o kontakt) Aplikacja powstała w II Instytucie Fizyki A w RWTH Aachen University. -- Wyjaśnienie żądanych uprawnień Jeśli urządzenie pracuje z systemem Android 6.0 lub nowszym dodatkowe uprawnienia będą wymagane jedynie w określonych warunkach. Internet: Zapewnia aplikacji phyphox dostęp do sieci, który jest wymagany do ładowania eksperymentów z zasobów online lub podczas pracy z użyciem zdalnego dostępu. Obie czynność są wykonywane tylko na żądanie użytkownika i żadne inne dane nie są wówczas przesyłane. Bluetooth: Jest wykorzystywany do połączeń z zewnętrznymi czujnikami. Pamięci zewnętrznej: Dostęp do pamięci zewnętrzenej może być konieczny podczas otwierania eksperymentu przechowywanego na urządzeniu. Zapis dźwięku: Jest niezbędny podczas pracy z eksperymentami wykorzystującymi mikrofon urządzenia. Położenie: Wykorzystuje nawigację GPS w eksperymentach związanych z położeniem. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Você sabe que você está carregando um Magnetômetro 3D? Que você pode usar o seu aparelho como um pêndulo para medir a aceleração da gravidade no seu local? E que você pode transformar seu smartphone em um sonar? phyphox dá acesso aos sensores do seu aparelho, seja diretamente ou através de experimentos prontos que avaliam os dados e lhe permitem exportar as medidas para outras análises. Você pode até personalizar experimentos no website phyphox.org e compartilhar com seus colegas, estudantes e amigos. Principais características: - Experimentos prontos: Apenas um toque para começar. - Exporte os seus dados para varios formatos comuns. - Acesso remoto ao seu experimento através uma interface web de qualquer computador na mesma rede do seu smartphone. Não instale nada - você precisa apenas de uma navegador atual. - Faça seus experimentos selecionando os sensores, o tempo da medida e criando visualizações especiais através do nosso editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). Esta análise pode ser simples como somar dois valores ou usando métodos avançados, como a transformada de Fourier ou correlação cruzada. Nós disponibilizamos vários conjuntos de análises. Sensores suportados: - Acelerômetro - Magnetômetro - Giroscópio - Intensidade luminosa - Pressão - Microfone - Proximidade - GPS *alguns sensores não estão presentes em todos os aparelhos. Formatos para exportacão - CSV (valores separados por vírgula) - TSV (valores separados por tabulação) - Excel (se precisar de outro formato, entre em contato connosco) Esta app foi desenvolvida pelo 2º Instituto de Física da Universidade RWTH Aachen. -- Explicação para acessos Se você usa Android versão 6.0 ou superior, acesso a algumas funções será requisitado apenas quando necessário. Internet: Isto permite phyphox acesse a rede, que é necessário para carregar experimentos que estejam online ou quando acesso remoto for utilizado. Isto será apenas utilizado quando o usuário pedir e nenhum outro dado será transmitido. Bluetooth: Usado para acessar sensores externos. Ler armazenamento portátil: Pode ser necessário quando um experimento estiver gravando dados no aparelho. Gravador de som: Necessário para experimentos com o microfone. Localização: Usado para acessar o GPS para experimentos baseados na localização. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Você sabe que você está carregando um Magnetômetro 3D? Que você pode usar o seu aparelho como um pêndulo para medir a aceleração da gravidade no seu local? E que você pode transformar seu smartphone em um sonar? phyphox dá acesso aos sensores do seu aparelho, seja diretamente ou através de experimentos prontos que avaliam os dados e lhe permitem exportar as medidas para outras análises. Você pode até personalizar experimentos no website phyphox.org e compartilhar com seus colegas, estudantes e amigos. Principais características: - Experimentos prontos: Apenas um toque para começar. - Exporte os seus dados para varios formatos comuns. - Acesso remoto ao seu experimento através uma interface web de qualquer computador na mesma rede do seu smartphone. Não instale nada - você precisa apenas de uma navegador atual. - Faça seus experimentos selecionando os sensores, o tempo da medida e criando visualizações especiais através do nosso editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). Esta análise pode ser simples como somar dois valores ou usando métodos avançados, como a transformada de Fourier ou correlação cruzada. Nós disponibilizamos vários conjuntos de análises. Sensores suportados: - Acelerômetro - Magnetômetro - Giroscópio - Intensidade luminosa - Pressão - Microfone - Proximidade - GPS *alguns sensores não estão presentes em todos os aparelhos. Formatos para exportacão - CSV (valores separados por vírgula) - TSV (valores separados por tabulação) - Excel (se precisar de outro formato, entre em contato connosco) Esta app foi desenvolvida pelo 2º Instituto de Física da Universidade RWTH Aachen. -- Explicação para acessos Se você usa Android versão 6.0 ou superior, acesso a algumas funções será requisitado apenas quando necessário. Internet: Isto permite phyphox acesse a rede, que é necessário para carregar experimentos que estejam online ou quando acesso remoto for utilizado. Isto será apenas utilizado quando o usuário pedir e nenhum outro dado será transmitido. Bluetooth: Usado para acessar sensores externos. Ler armazenamento portátil: Pode ser necessário quando um experimento estiver gravando dados no aparelho. Gravador de som: Necessário para experimentos com o microfone. Localização: Usado para acessar o GPS para experimentos baseados na localização. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Знаете ли вы, что у вас есть трёхмерный магнитометр? Что вы можете использовать свой телефон в качестве маятника для измерения локального ускорения свободного падения? Что вы можете превратить свой телефон в эхолот? phyphox дает вам доступ к датчикам вашего телефона напрямую, либо через подготовленные к проведению эксперименты, которые анализируют ваши данные и позволяют экспортировать необработанные данные вместе с результатами для дальнейшего анализа. Вы даже можете создавать свои собственные эксперименты на phyphox.org и делиться ими с коллегами, студентами и друзьями. Выбор возможностей: - Выбор готовых к проведению экспериментов. Просто нажмите «Играть», чтобы начать. - Экспорт ваших данных в широкрм диапазоне используемых форматов. - Удаленный контроль вашего эксперимента через веб-интерфейс с любого ПК в той же сети, что и ваш телефон. Не нужно ничего устанавливать на этих ПК - все, что вам нужно, это современный веб-браузер. - Создание своих собственных экспериментов, методом выбора входных данных датчиков, определение этапов анализа и отображения с помощью нашего веб-редактора (http://phyphox.org/editor). Анализ может состоять как из добавления двух значений, так и с использованием передовых методов, таких как преобразования Фурье и корреляционных процессов. Мы предлагаем целый набор аналитических функций. Поддерживаемые датчики: - Акселерометр - Магнитометр - Гироскоп - Освещённость (люксметр) - Давление - Микрофон - Бесконтактный (сенсорный) датчик - GPS * Не все датчики присутствуют на каждом телефоне. Форматы для экспорта: - CSV (значения, разделенные запятой) - CSV (значения с разделением TAB) - Excel (если вам нужны другие форматы, просим вас сообщить нам об этом) Это приложение было разработано во 2-м физическом институте (2А) в Университете RWTH Aachen. -- Объяснение для запрашиваемых разрешений Если у вас Android 6.0 или новее, то некоторые разрешения будут запрашиваться только в случае необходимости. Интернет: предоставляет доступ к сети phyphox, который требуется для загрузки экспериментов из сетевых ресурсов или при использовании удаленного доступа. Оба они выполняются только по запросу пользователя и не передают никакие другие данные. Bluetooth: используется для доступа к внешним датчикам. Считывание внешнего носителя: Это может потребоваться при загрузки эксперимента, хранящегося на внешнем устройстве. Запись аудио: требуется для использования микрофона в экспериментах. Местоположение: используется для доступа к GPS для экспериментов на основе местоположения. Камера: используется для сканирования QR-кодов для внешних экспериментальных конфигураций.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Věděli jste, že sebou nosíte 3D magnetometr. Víte, že můžete použít svůj mobil jako kyvadlo k měření lokálního tíhového zrychlení? Že mmůžete udělat ze svého mobilu sonar. Phyphox vám dává přístup k senzorům vašeho mobilu buď přímo nebo skrze připravené moduly experimentů, které analyzují vaše data a umožňují exportovat jak čístá naměřená data tak vypočtené výsledky pro další analýzu. Můžete dokonce vytvořit své vlastní experimentální moduly na phyphox.org a sdílet je s kolegy, studenty a přáteli. Vybrané funkce : - Široký výběr připravených experimentů. Stačí zmáčknout tlačítko a vše běží. - Exportování dat v několika běžně používaných formátech. - Vzdálený přístup k vašemu experimentu skrze webové rozhraní. Stačí mít PC na stejné lokální síti jako váš mobil. Instalace softwaru na PC není nutná. Vše co potřebujete je moderní internetový prohlížeč. - Vytvořte své vlastní experimentální moduly vybráním senzorových vstupů, definováním kroků analýzy dat a vybraním vhodného rozhraní pro jejich zobrazení. To vše pomocí našeho web-editoru (http://phyphox.org/editor) .Nabízíme širokou paletu nástrojů pro analýzu dat od pouhého sčítání hodnot až po pokročilé metody jakými jsou například Fourierova transformace a křížová korelace Podporované senzory: - Akcelerometr - Magnetometr - Gyroskop - Světelný senzor - Barometr - Mikrofón - Senzor přiblížení(Proximity) - GPS *některé senzory nejsou součástí vybavení všech mobilních zařízení. Formáty pro export - CSV (Hodnoty oddělované čárkou) - CSV (Hodnoty oddělované tabulátorem) - Excel (pokud byste potřebovali jiný formát, tak nám neváhejte napsat) Tato aplikace byla vyvinuta na Druhém Instytutu Fyziky A na RWTH univerzitě v Aachen. -- Vysvětlení požadovaných povolení přístupu Máte- li android verze 6.0 a vyšší, pak budete o některá povolení požádáni až v okamžiku, kdy budou potřeba. Internet: Toto umožní phyphoxu připojení k síti, které je potřeba pro načítání experimentů uložených online a při použití vzdáleného přístupu. Obojí je prováděno pouze když o to výslovně požáda uživatel a žádná jiná data nejsou vysílána. Bluetooth: Používán k přístupu k externím senzorům. Přečíst externí úložiště: Toto může být potřeba pro otevření experimentu uloženého na tomto zařízení. Záznam audia: Vyžadován pro zpřístupnění mikrofonu jako senzoru. Umístění: Umožnuje využití GPS pro experimenty analyzující vaši polohu. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Da li ste znali da nosite 3D magnetometar? Da možete koristiti svoj telefon kao klatno za merenje Zemljinog gravitacionog ubrzanja? Da možete pretvoriti svoj telefon u sonar? Phyphox vam daje pristup senzorima vašeg telefona ili direktno ili kroz eksperimente spremne za igru koji analiziraju vaše podatke i omogućuju vam da izvezete sirove podatke zajedno sa rezultatima za dalju analizu. Možete čak i definisati sopstvene eksperimente na phyphox.org i podeliti ih sa kolegama, studentima i prijateljima. Izabrane funkcije: - Izbor predefinisanih eksperimenata. Samo pritisnite "pokreni" za početak. - Izvezite podatke u širok opseg formata - Daljinsko upravljanje eksperimentom putem veb interfejsa sa bilo kog računara na istoj mreži kao i vašeg telefona. Nema potrebe da instalirate ništa na tim računarima - sve što vam je potrebno je moderan veb pretraživač. - Definišite sopstvene eksperimente tako što ćete izabrati ulaze senzora, definisati korake analize i kreirati prikaze kao interfejs koristeći naš veb-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). Analiza se može sastojati samo od dodavanja dve vrednosti ili korišćenja naprednih metoda kao što su Furijeove transformacije i unakrsna korelacija. Nudimo kompletan alat za analizu funkcija. Podržani senzori: - Akcelerometar - Magnetometar - Žiroskop - Intenzitet svetlosti - Pritisak - Mikrofon - Blizina - GPS * Neki senzori nisu prisutni na svakom telefonu. Izvozni formati - CSV (vrednosti razdvojene zarezom) - CSV (vrednosti odvojene tabulatorom) - Excel (ako vam trebaju drugi formati, javite nam se) Ova aplikacija je razvijena na Drugom institutu za fiziku A na Univerzitetu RVTH Aachen. - Objašnjenje za tražene dozvole Ako imate Android 6.0 ili noviji, neke dozvole će se tražiti samo kada je to potrebno. Internet: Ovo omogućava pristup Phyphox mreži, koji je potreban za učitavanje eksperimenata iz onlajn resursa ili kada se koristi udaljeni pristup. Oba se izvršavaju samo kada to zahteva korisnik i nema drugih podataka. Bluetooth: Koristi se za pristup spoljnim senzorima. Čitanje eksterne memorije: Ovo je možda potrebno prilikom otvaranja eksperimenta koji se čuva na uređaju. Snimanje zvuka: Potrebno je koristiti mikrofon u eksperimentima. Lokacija: Koristi se za pristup GPS-u za eksperimente zasnovane na lokaciji. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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3 boyutlu bir manyetometre taşıdığınızı biliyor muydunuz? Peki ya telefonunuzu bir sarkaç olarak kullanarak Dünya'nın yerçekimi ivmesini ölçebileceğinizi? Ya da telefonunuzu bir sonar cihazına dönüştürebileceğinizi? Phyphox, telefonunuzun sensörlerine direkt olarak veya verilerinizi analiz edip ham verileri daha ayrıntılı incelemeniz için sonuçlarla birlikte dışa aktarmanıza izin veren hazır deneyler aracılığıyla erişmenizi sağlar. Hatta kendi deneylerinizi phyphox.org'da tanımlayıp meslektaşlarınız, öğrencileriniz ve arkadaşlarınızla paylaşabilirsiniz. Seçilen Özellikler: - Ön tanımlı deneylerden oluşan seçim. Başlamak için sadece başlat tuşuna basın. - Verilerinizi yaygın olarak kullanılan dosya formatlarıyla dışa aktarın. - Deneylerinizi, telefonunuzla aynı ağdaki herhangi bir bilgisayardan bir web arayüzüne girerek uzaktan kontrol edin. Bu bilgisayarlara herhangi bir şey yüklemenize gerek yok. Tek ihtiyacınız olan modern bir web tarayıcısı. - Web editörümüzü (http://phyphox.org/editor) kullanarak sensör girdilerini seçerek, analiz adımlarını tanımlayarak ve arayüz için görüntüler oluşturarak kendi deneylerinizi tanımlayın. Analiz sadece iki değer eklemek veya Fourier dönüşümleri ve çapraz korelasyon gibi gelişmiş yöntemler kullanmaktan oluşabilir. Analiz fonksiyonlarının araçlarını eksiksiz olarak sunuyoruz. Desteklenen Sensörler: - İvmeölçer - Manyetometre - Jiroskop - Işık şiddeti - Basınç Sensörü - Mikrofon - Yakınlık Sensörü - GPS *bazı sensörler her cihazda bulunmayabilir. Dışa aktarma biçimleri - CSV (Virgülle ayrılmış değerler) - CSV (Sekmeyle ayrılmış değerler) - Excel (başka biçimlere ihtiyacınız varsa, lütfen bize bildirin) Bu uygulama RWTH Aachen Üniversitesi'nde 2. Fizik A Enstitüsü'nde geliştirilmiştir. -- İstenen izinler için açıklama Android 6.0 veya daha yeni bir sürüme sahipseniz, bazı izinler yalnızca gerektiğinde istenir. İnternet: Çevrimiçi kaynaklardan veya uzaktan erişimi kullanırken deneyler yüklemek için gerekli olan phyphox ağ erişimini sağlar. Her ikisi de sadece kullanıcı tarafından talep edildiğinde yapılır ve başka hiçbir veri iletilmez. Bluetooth: Harici sensörlere erişmek için kullanılır. Harici depolamayı oku: Cihazda depolanmış bir deneyi açarken gerekli olabilir. Ses kayıt: Mikrofonlu deneylerde kullanmak için gereklidir. Konum: Konum tabanlı deneylerde için GPS'ye erişmek için kullanılır. Kamera: Harici deney konfigürasyonları için QR kodlarını taramak için kullanılır.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer - Gyroscope - Light intensity - Pressure - Microphone - Proximity - GPS *some sensors are not present on every phone. Export formats - CSV (Comma separated values) - CSV (Tab-separated values) - Excel (if you need other formats, please let us know) This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University. -- Explanation for the permissions requested If you have Android 6.0 or newer, some permissions will only be asked for when needed. Internet: This grants phyphox network access, which is required to load experiments from online resources or when using the remote access. Both are only done when requested by the user and no other data is transmitted. Bluetooth: Used to access external sensors. Read external storage: This is may be necessary when opening an experiment stored on the device. Record audio: Required to use the microphone in experiments. Location: Used to access GPS for location-based experiments. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Bạn có biết rằng bạn đang mang một từ kế 3D? Rằng bạn có thể sử dụng điện thoại của mình như một con lắc để đo gia tốc trọng trường cục bộ của Trái Đất? Rằng bạn có thể biến điện thoại của bạn thành máy định vị bằng âm thanh? phyphox cho phép bạn truy cập trực tiếp vào các cảm biến của điện thoại hoặc thông qua các thí nghiệm sẵn sàng để phân tích dữ liệu của bạn và cho phép bạn xuất dữ liệu thô cùng với kết quả để phân tích thêm. Bạn thậm chí có thể đưa thí nghiệm riêng của mình lên phyphox.org và chia sẻ chúng với đồng nghiệp, sinh viên và bạn bè. Các tính năng có thể chọn: - Nhiều thí nghiệm có sẵn. Chỉ cần nhấn nút để bắt đầu. - Xuất dữ liệu của bạn ra với nhiều định dạng được sử dụng rộng rãi - Điều khiển thí nghiệm của bạn từ xa thông qua giao diện web từ bất kỳ máy tính nào đang kết nối cùng mạng với điện thoại của bạn. Không cần cài đặt bất cứ thứ gì trên các tính đó - tất cả những gì bạn cần là một trình duyệt web hiện đại. - Làm thí nghiệm riêng của bạn bằng cách chọn đầu vào cảm biến, xác định các bước phân tích và tạo các chế độ xem bằng giao diện có thể chỉnh sửa của chúng tôi (http://phyphox.org/editor). Phân tích có thể chỉ cần thêm hai giá trị hoặc sử dụng các phương thức nâng cao như biến đổi Fourier và tương quan chéo. Chúng tôi cung cấp một hộp công cụ có nhiều chức năng phân tích. Cảm biến được hỗ trợ: - Gia tốc kế - Từ kế - Con quay hồi chuyển - Cường độ sáng - Áp suất - Micro - Tiệm cận - GPS *một số cảm biến không có trên mọi điện thoại. Định dạng xuất dữ liệu - CSV (Giá trị được phân tách bằng dấu phẩy) - CSV (Giá trị được phân tách bằng dấu tab) - Excel (nếu bạn cần các định dạng khác, vui lòng cho chúng tôi biết) Ứng dụng này đã được phát triển tại Viện Vật lý A thứ 2 tại Đại học RWTH Aachen. -- Giải thích cho các quyền được yêu cầu Nếu bạn có Android 6.0 trở lên, một số quyền sẽ chỉ được yêu cầu khi cần. Internet: Điều này cấp quyền truy cập mạng cho phyphox, được yêu cầu để tải các thí nghiệm từ các nguồn tài nguyên trực tuyến hoặc khi sử dụng truy cập từ xa. Cả hai chỉ được thực hiện khi người dùng yêu cầu và không có dữ liệu nào khác được truyền đi. Bluetooth: Được sử dụng để truy cập các cảm biến bên ngoài. Đọc bộ nhớ ngoài: Điều này có thể không cần thiết khi mở một thí nghiệm được lưu trữ trên thiết bị. Ghi lại âm thanh: Bắt buộc phải sử dụng micrô trong các thí nghiệm. Vị trí: Được sử dụng để truy cập GPS cho các thí nghiệm dựa trên vị trí. Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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你可知道你正带着一个三维磁力计吗?你知道可以把手机当成单摆去测量地球/当地的重力加速度吗?你知道可以把手机变成一台声纳吗? Phyphox让你通过准备好的实验,或直接使用手机里的传感器来分析数据,并能让你输出原始数据与结果做进一步的分析。你甚至可以在phyphox.org网站上定义你自己的实验,并和同事,学生与朋友们分享。 可选的功能: - 可选择事先定义好的实验。按下执行键便可启动。 - 导出数据到广泛使用的格式。 - 可从与手机同一网络的任一台电脑界面远程控制你的实验。不需要安装其它程序,只需现代的网页浏览器。 - 通过选择传感器输入,定义分析步骤来设计你自己的实验,并通过我们的网页编辑器来建立界面视图(http://phyphox.org/editor)。分析可包括仅添加两个数值、或使用如傅立叶转换和互相关等高级的方法。我们提供了一个完整的分析功能工具箱。 支持的传感器: - 加速度计. - 磁力计. - 陀螺仪. - 光强度计. - 压力计. - 麦克风. - 距离传感器. - GPS. *并非每个手机都有全部的感应器. 输出格式: - CSV(逗号分隔值). - CSV(制表符分隔值). - Excel. (若你需要其它格式,请让我们知道)。 本APP由亚琛工业大学第二物理研究所开发。 - 针对所需权限的说明: 若你是Android 6.0或之后的版本,有些权限在有需要时才会询问。 网络:允许phyphox连接网络,在下载线上实验或使用远端连接时需要。两种情况皆由使用者要求且无其它数据传输时才执行。 蓝牙:用来连接外部传感器。 读取外部储存:当打开储存在某装置上的实验时,可能是必要的。 录音:实验需要使用麦克风时。 位置信息:与定位相关的实验,用来连接GPS。 Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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你可知道你正帶著一個三維磁力計嗎? 你可知道可以把手機當成單擺去測量當地的重力加速度嗎? 你可知道可以把手機變成一台聲納嗎? Phyphox 讓你可直接或經由準備好的實驗,使用手機裡的感應器,然後分析數據並輸出原始資料與結果做進一步的分析。你甚至可以在phyphox.org網站上定義你自己的實驗,並與同事、學生與朋友分享。 精選的特點: - 按下執行鍵便可啟動事先定義好的精選實驗。 - 匯出的數據為廣泛使用的格式。 - 可從與手機同一網域的任一台電腦網路介面遙控實驗,毋須安裝其它程式,只需當前的網頁瀏覽器。 - 藉由選定輸入的感應器來做實驗,定義分析步驟與使用我們的網頁編輯器來塑造介面的觀看視窗(http://phyphox.org/editor)。這些分析由加入兩數值或使用如傅立葉轉換與交對比等進階的方法所組成。我們提供一個完整分析功能的工具箱。 支援的感應器: - 加速度計。 - 磁力計。 - 陀螺儀。 - 光強度計。 - 壓力計。 - 麥克風。 - 近接感測器。 - 全球定位系統。 *並非每支手機都有全部的感應器。 輸出格式: - CSV(逗號分隔值)。 - CSV(欄標分隔值)。 - Excel。 (若你需要其它格式,請讓我們知道)。 本APP由亞琛工業大學第二物理學院開發。 -- 針對所需許可的說明: 若你是Android 6.0 或之後的版本,有些許可在有需要時才會詢問。 網路:允許phyphox網路連結,這是在下載線上實驗或使用遠端連接時才需要。兩者皆在使用者要求及無其它資料傳輸時才執行。 藍牙:用來連結外部感應器。 讀取外部儲存:當開啟儲存在裝置上的實驗時,這可能是必要的。 錄音:實驗裡需要使用麥克風時。 所在地:與地點相關的實驗,用來連接全球定位系統。 Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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你可知道你正帶著一個三維磁力計嗎? 你可知道可以把手機當成單擺去測量當地的重力加速度嗎? 你可知道可以把手機變成一台聲納嗎? Phyphox 讓你可直接或經由準備好的實驗,使用手機裡的感應器,然後分析數據並輸出原始資料與結果做進一步的分析。你甚至可以在phyphox.org網站上定義你自己的實驗,並與同事、學生與朋友分享。 精選的特點: - 按下執行鍵便可啟動事先定義好的精選實驗。 - 匯出的數據為廣泛使用的格式。 - 可從與手機同一網域的任一台電腦網路介面遙控實驗,毋須安裝其它程式,只需當前的網頁瀏覽器。 - 藉由選定輸入的感應器來做實驗,定義分析步驟與使用我們的網頁編輯器來塑造介面的觀看視窗(http://phyphox.org/editor)。這些分析由加入兩數值或使用如傅立葉轉換與交對比等進階的方法所組成。我們提供一個完整分析功能的工具箱。 支援的感應器: - 加速度計。 - 磁力計。 - 陀螺儀。 - 光強度計。 - 壓力計。 - 麥克風。 - 近接感測器。 - 全球定位系統。 *並非每支手機都有全部的感應器。 輸出格式: - CSV(逗號分隔值)。 - CSV(欄標分隔值)。 - Excel。 (若你需要其它格式,請讓我們知道)。 本APP由亞琛工業大學第二物理學院開發。 -- 針對所需許可的說明: 若你是Android 6.0 或之後的版本,有些許可在有需要時才會詢問。 網路:允許phyphox網路連結,這是在下載線上實驗或使用遠端連接時才需要。兩者皆在使用者要求及無其它資料傳輸時才執行。 藍牙:用來連結外部感應器。 讀取外部儲存:當開啟儲存在裝置上的實驗時,這可能是必要的。 錄音:實驗裡需要使用麥克風時。 所在地:與地點相關的實驗,用來連接全球定位系統。 Camera: Used to scan QR codes for external experiment configurations.}
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Did you know that you are carrying a 3D magnetometer? That you can use your phone as a pendulum to measure earth's local gravitational acceleration? That you can turn your phone into a sonar? phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends. Selected Features: - A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start. - Export your data to a range of widely used formats - Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser. - Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions. Sensors supported: - Accelerometer - Magnetometer -