Just imagine you want to find out which forces have an impact on a bungee jumper. Or whether the amount of fun you have on a roller coaster differs depending on sitting in the first or the last car. Maybe you want to get to the bottom of the moon landing in 1969. Did it really take place or are the videos just fakes produced in a film studio somewhere on our planet as alleged by several obscure sources?These and other questions about kinematics can be answered easily with NewtonDV. This program analyses the movement of persons or objects in a video using mere physics. All you need is a given film sequence or you make your own video with NewtonDV.Range of Functions:- Making HD-videos using built-in iPad camera- Opening videos taken from the photo album- Importing videos (.mp4) with iTunes - Displaying data in tables or diagrams- Displaying trend curves over a function equation- Creating series images and stroboscopic images- Displaying velocity- and acceleration-vectors- Saving tables and diagrams in the photo album- Exporting data as csv-files which can then be used with every spreadsheet program (Mac or PC) for further interpretation- Sending of tables and diagrams via e-mail for further analysis- Printing of tables and diagrams
What's new in version 1.31
ReleaseOctober 28, 2014
Date AddedOctober 28, 2014
Additional RequirementsCompatible with . iTunes account required.