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Did you know that the FizziQ and FizziQ Junior apps include experimentation tools like the kinematic analysis, the tone generator, the color synthesizer or the sound library. These are helpful instruments to conduct any investigative session in class or at home.
Study complex sounds with the tone generator
Our frequency synthesizer makes it possible to generate combinations of pure sounds on 3 independent channels.
In combination with the oscillogram or the frequency spectrum measures in FizziQ, you can study sound waves shape of pure and complex sounds, analyze sounds period and the frequency, but also music scales or the famous LFO effect used in electronic music. You will find exciting activities for K7-K12 levels in our projects library.
Analyze the range or Doppler effect with the sound library
You will find tuning fork sounds, musical instruments, white noises, and also sounds to work on the Doppler effect, echolocation, or the calculation of the speed of sound by determining knots.
The sound library contains dozens of different sounds and noises that can be used directly in an investigation session. You will find in the library tuning fork sounds, musical instruments, white noises, and also sounds to work on the Doppler effect, echolocation, or the calculation of the speed of sound by determining knots. .
See life in pink with the color synthesizer
(or rather incarnadine :-)
The color synthesizer allows to create colors in additive synthesis from their RGB characteristics. In combination with the colorimeter, it's the perfect tool for working with students on colors, vision impairments or the color of leafs in autumn.
Discover our science experiments on light and color.
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