Rolling Motion Experiments with a Microcomputer
Physics Education Volume 30, Number 3, ISSN 0031-9120
Describes the use of microcomputers in physics experiments to extend powers of observation, increase the accuracy of measurements taken, and obtain large amounts of high quality information, especially continuous and rapidly changing/moving data. Discusses software for interfacing a microcomputer with mechanics experiments. (JRH)
Teck-Chee, C. (1995). Rolling Motion Experiments with a Microcomputer. Physics Education, 30(3), 182.