Ramapo High School Expands Knowledge with Phantom
Ramapo High School in New Jersey became the first local school to have a Phantom Camera in their physics classroom. Students were able to create their own experiments, test for the results, and analyze the images. In many cases their theories were correct and in a few they saw results they were not expecting. When they finished their own experiments the AP Physics Class went into the sophomore science course and analyzed they breaking of their popsicle stick bridges.
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After all research was completed the students made videos of their experiences. You can watch these videos on our YouTube Channel.