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AAPT Summer Meeting 2024

See demos of our top physics solutions in action, enter our giveaway, or join us for hands-on learning at our video analysis workshop!

At a Glance

Workshop Details

Workshop Room Location: Galleria

Advance Your Physics Lessons with Vernier Video Analysis®

Tuesday, July 9, 2024 • 10:00–11:00 a.m.
Let’s get started with Vernier Video Analysis! Join us to get hands-on experience using this easy-to-use, powerful app as well as ideas for interactive physics lessons that use video clips to investigate projectile motion, circular motion, and human movement. You’ll walk away with a 60-day free trial, plus tips for recording videos, prepping clips for analysis, and collecting effective data.

Booth and Giveaway Details

Booths 107 & 109

Visit booths 107 & 109 to explore some of our favorite hands-on Vernier experiments and products—including the new Cart Fan and Go Direct® Force Plate—and enter our giveaway!

Prizes include

Scan your badge at our booth to enter our giveaway!

Your Physics Solutions

Swing by our booth to check out your favorite sensors and discover some of the new tools we’ve got for you to explore!
Cart Fan for DTS and Go Direct carts

The Cart Fan is a modular fan that you can add to your Go Direct carts that provides a constant force for dynamics investigations like constant acceleration, balanced and unbalanced forces, and variable thrust angles.


Designed for much higher forces than the Dual-Range Force Sensor or the Go Direct Force and Acceleration Sensor, the Force Plate can measure the forces developed during stepping, jumping, and other human-scale actions.

The Vernier Video Analysis app brings video analysis to your students in a dedicated and streamlined application. Students can use their mobile devices in the laboratory or out in the field to insert a video with recorded motion, mark points to track the object in motion, and set the scale of the video.


Advanced Physics with Vernier—Mechanics and Advanced Physics with Vernier—Beyond Mechanics have recently been adapted for Vernier Graphical Analysis® Pro and the Go Direct family of sensors. Both lab books feature experiments for more in-depth introductory physics courses, such as college physics, AP* Physics, or IB Physics. Experiments are designed for an interactive teaching style, with planned moments for instructor- or student-led discussion.

Get Inspired

Blog and Webinar Highlights
Photogates, at first glance, are one of our simplest sensors. They can capture incredibly precise snapshots of an object’s motion data utilizing just two LEDs. Here are five tips to help you get the most out of your experiments using photogates.
Looking for new ways to get your students involved in active physics learning? Check out these two hands-on motion investigations with the Go Direct® Force Plate! Students can calculate their jump height via hang time or visualize force changes as an elevator speeds up and slows down.
Learn how you can use real-world phenomena and hands-on data collection to awaken students’ curiosity and inspire them to think like physicists! Vernier Director of Physics, Fran Poodry, and SLU Associate Professor of Physics and Wired magazine physics blogger, Rhett Allain, share insights and tips on engaging students.
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† The IB Diploma Program is an official program of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) which authorizes schools to offer it. The material available here has been developed independently of the IBO and is not endorsed by it.

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