Physics Lab

Are you a curious student eager to explore deeper into the physics world?
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Turtle Sim LLC
Dec 8, 2022
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Are you a curious student eager to explore deeper into the physics world?
Are you a science nerd looking forward to sharing your ideas with like-minded people?
Are you an adventurer bounded by textbook instructions and budget limits?
Are you a romantic dreaming of having your own customized galaxy?
Are you a teacher looking for assistance with physics experiments demonstration?

Learn science by doing experiments in your virtual lab with Physics Lab! It is now run by U.S.-based Turtle Sim LLC.

* Note that the AR mode has been temporarily removed from the app

Play with various circuit components, build your own 3D electric circuits, and see how they work in real-time. Anyone can enjoy the fun of scientific experiments. Perfect for teachers to demonstrate physics experiments in class and for students to explore inside and beyond classrooms.

Explore with freedom
– Pick from 55+ circuit components (more coming!)
– Drag them from the toolbox to the desk and connect them the way you like
– All experiment results backed by science and calculated in precise numbers
– Design your own galaxy or load from our solar system
– Electromagnetic experiments with field line visualization

Better than real life
– Set properties of circuit components to different figures and observe the change of behavior and stats in real-time
– One-click to turn what you have built into an editable circuit diagram and vise versa
– No expenses on lab equipment, no worry about safety issues

A lab for everyone
– Teachers have been using Physics Lab to demonstrate experiments and assist teaching in class
– Students, in primary or high schools, can learn science and explore freely anywhere, anytime
– Kids or not, curious minds now have their own virtual lab to learn knowledge by doing experiments

We’d love to hear your comments, questions, and ideas about Physics Lab.

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Email: [email protected]

What's new

Thanks for everyone's help in making Physics Lab better! In this holiday season, we are making one more sensor free - just try it out!
1) Added a new component: 8-bit Input.
2) Fixed some issues related to the interface.