Vernier Video Analysis

Study Motion Everywhere

The Vernier Video Analysis® app brings video analysis to your students in an easy-to-use, streamlined application. Students can use mobile devices in the classroom or while learning from home to insert a video with recorded motion, mark points to track the object in motion, and immediately see graphs representing the motion.

Why Use Vernier Video Analysis?

Vernier Video Analysis makes studying motion easy and accessible. Students can use it to analyze their own recorded videos as the subject of their scientific investigations. This app brings video analysis to all your students regardless of device—it even works with Chromebooks!

Interested in Vernier Video Analysis? Try It for Free.

We recognize the unique challenges you and your colleagues face during these difficult times, and we’re here to help. We are extending the free trial period for Vernier Video Analysis from 30 days to the end of June 2022. 

Vernier Video Analysis is Ideal for

  • Projectile motion and independence of motion in perpendicular directions
  • Falling objects/acceleration of gravity and falling with air resistance
  • Motion of the center of mass during interactions of particles (i.e., two carts in a collision)
  • Analysis of suspect videos or game clips to determine if they follow the laws of physics

Vernier Video Analysis: Motion and Sports

This e‐book features 12 investigations in which students use Vernier Video Analysis to explore velocity, acceleration, and sports activities.

See Examples

Measure acceleration of carts in the laboratory.

Investigate terminal velocity.

Easily distribute the app to your colleagues and students.

Track multiple objects for comparison.

Investigate projectile motion.

Relate sine and cosine functions to circular motion.

Ready to Purchase Vernier Video Analysis?

Site license pricing is available, giving users access through the end of June 2022.