Our Physics Virtual Labs

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Physics Virtual Labs for Higher Education

Classical Mechanics

Our Physics virtual labs for Classical mechanics allow students to understand the concepts of velocity, acceleration, momentum, centripetal forces, oscillations, sound-waves and energy.

In our virtual simulations students will make use of measurement equipment and will apply the concepts learned to real world applications in the industry. These labs provide the best experience for students as it makes use of our powerful engine to create real world simulations.

A full equipped Physics lab for college students cost between 250 to 700,000 USD/year. With PNX Labs you will lower your education costs and increase the scalability of your programs.

We are never finish. We keep our Physics labs updated with more content with the aid of our industrial partners and academic professors to create the best academic materials in our VR Labs.

Physics Lab 1 - Physics Fundamentals

Intro to Labs and Uncertainty
Velocity, Acceleration and Gravity
Static Equilibrium
Projectile Motion and Conservation of Energy
Conservation of Momentum
Torque and Rotational Inertia
Centripetal Force and Angular Momentum Conservation
Waves I: Standing Waves
Waves II: The oscilloscope and Function Generator
Ideal Gas and Thermal Conductivity.
Boyle’s Law

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Virtual Lab Electricity and Magnetism

Understand E&M in a Virtual World

Full virtual labs for students in both Windows and VR format to learn Electricity and Magnetism. Packed with the best graphcis on the market that replicate real electricity phenomena. Test millions of volts in a risk free environment and high intensity magnetic fields. Tailored for College curriculum with the aid of professional engineers and scientists.

Physics Virtual Lab 2 – Electricity and Magnetism

Equipotential Lines and Electric Fields
Faraday Ice Pail
Magnetic Fields of a Bar Magnet and Helmholtz Coil
Forces and Torques on Magnetic Dipoles
Faraday’s Law
Ohm’s Law RC and RL Circuits
RLC Circuits
Interference and Diffraction
Mirrors and Lenses
The Grating Spectrometer

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Want Custom Physics Virtual Labs?

Nanotechnology, Optics and More

We can develop any experiment with our proprietary set of tools for STEM Simulations. Just share with us the experiment manuals you want us to replicate in a virtual world. Our development team will come back to you with a demo so you can visualize the potential and test the quality of our work.

Request a FREE customized demo and try it with your students and faculty

Install VR Mechanics

Full developments in as little as 2 days

Our simulations platform has over 10,000 functions and pre build algorithms to ensure we can deliver a fast development experience to our customers. Once the information is submitted and the project is approved we will start to work on the simulations. The customer can see in real time how the project is progressing, test the simulations before completed and more.

Multiple Platform Support

Depending on each use case which is defined with the customer we can develop applications for one or more platforms at a very competitive cost.Our Technology allows us to develop for multiple platforms at a fraction of the cost thanks to our Science and Engineering algorithms and pre-build STEM functions. We can develop for Android, IOS, Web, Windows, Mac, Linux and Virtual Reality. For Virtual Reality we support the Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, Oculus Go, HTC Vive and More.

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Virtual Reality

Virtual Labs Chemistry
Oculus Vive

Physics - Industrial Conveyors

Mass - Velocity - Acceleration - Friction - Pressure

The objective of this Lab is to provide students with a series of exercises in which they can apply the laws of physics to industrial problems. By completing the 3 Tasks students will understand the concepts of pressure, mass, velocity and acceleration as well as the impact of friction when objects are moved in industrial conveyors.

In this Virtual Reality Lab for Physics, students will apply the concepts of mass, position, velocity, acceleration and friction in packages being stored at a DHL facility are processed correctly. Students will calculate the input variables of several pneumatic pistons which are employed in almost every industrial production system. Students will simulate the movement of the packages and the pistons to understand how the movement of these components can be calculated with the laws of physics.

To access the simulation follow this link, install and run on your Oculus Rift or HTC Vive..

Documentation - Installation Package.

VR Physics

Virtual Labs Demos