Your Physics applets are most impressive - thank you.
I am having trouble showing my students at school one in particular (it works OK at my home, but not via the school network). It is the animation of transverse waves showing reflection and transmission.
Is there any way I can save it to my hard drive for "offline" use (with your permisssion)
Our authors are currently interested in the following applets
from your site:
I am putting together a list of good Physics applet pages so that our
faculty can use them in class. I hope that you won't mind. Please let me
know if you have a particular name you'd like the site called.
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Department of Physics
University of Washington
Regarding the animation you have placed onto your website, let me first say that it is very effective when using it as a teaching aid.
I am currently a final year student at University of Hertfordhire and my final year project is to create a similar animation as a teaching tool. Part of the objective is to enable it to be interactive by being able to change frequency etc.
I am restricted to what programme to use, I am using Macromedia Flash MX to create my animation. I would appreciate it if you could give me suggestions on how to create my animation. Because at the moment, I only have lines moving across without giving me or the audience a true representative of a sound wave.