Más artículos sobre física con teléfonos inteligentes (smartphones).

Unofre Pili, Renante Violanda, and Claude Ceniza (2018)
"Measurement of g using a magnetic pendulum and a smartphone magnetometer"
The Physics Teacher 56(4), 258

Theodoros Pierratos and Hariton M Polatoglou (2018)
"Study of the conservation of mechanical energy in the motion of a pendulum using a smartphone"
Physics Education, 53(1), 015021

Dany Lopez, Isidora Caprile, Fernando Corvacho, and Orfa Reyes (2018).
"Study of a variable mass Atwood’s machine using a smartphone"
The Physics Teacher, 56(3), 182.

Unofre Pili and Renante Violanda (2018).
"Measuring average angular velocity with a smartphone magnetic field sensor"
The Physics Teacher, 56(2), 114.

Manuela Ramos Silva1, Pablo Martín-Ramos, and Pedro Pereira da Silva (2018).
"Studying cooling curves with a smartphone"
The Physics Teacher, 56(1), 53.

Nicolas-Alexandre Goy, Zakari Denis, Maxime Lavaud, Adrian Grolleau, Nicolas Dufour, Antoine Deblais, and Ulysse Delabre (2017).
"Surface tension measurements with a smartphone"
The Physics Teacher, 55(8), 498.

Serkan Kapucu (2017).
"Finding the acceleration and speed of a light-emitting object on an inclined plane with a smartphone light sensor"
Physics Education, 52(5), 055003.

Jacopo Bonato, Luigi M Gratton, Pasquale Onorato, Stefano Oss (2017).
"Using high speed smartphone cameras and video analysis techniques to teach mechanical wave physics"
Physics Education, 52(4), 045017.

Phattara Wattanayotin, Chokchai Puttharugsa, Supitch Khemmani (2017).
"Investigation of the rolling motion of a hollow cylinder using a smartphone's digital compass"
Physics Education 52(4), 045009.

S Gil, JL Di Laccio (2017).
"Smartphone una herramienta de laboratorio y aprendizaje: laboratorios de bajo costo para el aprendizaje de las ciencias"
Latin American Journal of Physics Education, 11(1), 1305.

Ufuk Dilek and Serap Kaya Şengören (2017).
"Using touchscreens as position detectors in physics experiments"
Physics Education 52(3), 035010.

Pasquale Onorato, Luigi Gratton, Massimiliano Malgieri, Stefano Oss (2017).
"The photoluminescence of a fluorescent lamp: didactic experiments on the exponential decay"
Physics Education, 52(1), 015011.

Vanda Pereira, Pablo Martín-Ramos, Pedro Pereira da Silva, and Manuela Ramos Silva (2017).
"Studying 3D collisions with smartphones"
The Physics Teacher 55(5), 312.

Shirish Rajan Pathare, M. K. Raghavendra, and Saurabhee Huli (2017).
"Low-Cost Alternative for Signal Generators in the Physics Laboratory"
The Physics Teacher 55(5), 301.

Azael Barrera-Garrido (2017).
"A smartphone inertial balance"
The Physics Teacher 55, 248.

Manuela Ramos Silva, Pablo Martín-Ramos, Pedro Pereira da Silva (2016).
"Testing physics laws with smartphones"
TEEM '16 Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality, 2-4 November 2016, Salamanca, Spain, pp. 561-565. 

Cochrane, Matthew (2016).
"Turn your phones ON: Using Android devices to collect scientific data"
International Conference on Research in Education and Science, 19-22 May 2016, Bodrum, Turkey, pp. 32-5.

Miguel Angel González Rebollo, Manuel A. Gonzalez (2016).
"El laboratorio en el bolsillo: Aprendiendo física con tu smartphone"
 Revista de ciencias, 6, 28-35.

L. A. Testoni and G. Brockington (2016).
"The use of smartphones to teach kinematics: an inexpensive activity"
Physics Education, 51(6), 063008.

Sebastian Becker, Pascal Klein and Jochen Kuhn (2016).
"Video analysis on tablet computers to investigate effects of air resistance"
The Physics Teacher 54(7), 440-441.

Ray Pörn and Mats Braskén (2016).
"Interactive modeling activities in the classroom—rotational motion and smartphone gyroscopes"
Physics Education 51(6), 1-7.

M. Hirth, J. Kuhn, A. Müller, M. Rohs, P. Klein (2016).
"iMobilePhysics: Seamless Learning durch Experimente mit Smartphones & Tablets in Physik"
Journal for Higher Education Development 11(4), 17-37.

E. Kapotis and G. Kalkanis (2016).
"Einstein’s Elevator in Class: A Self-Construction by Students for the Study of the Equivalence Principle"
Physics Teachers 54(7), 404-407.

L. P. Vieira and C. E. Aguiar (2016).
"Mecânica com o acelerômetro de smartphones e tablets"
Física na Escola, 14(1), 8-14.

Di Laccio, José Luis; Ferrón Mercedes; Vitale; Gerardo, Di Laccio; Antonella y Gil, Salvador (2016).
"Smartphone como instrumento de medición"
1° Congreso Internacional de Enseñanza de las Ciencias Básicas - CIECiBa, 24 - 25 agosto 2016.

Stefano Macchia, Piera Guidara (2016).
"Fare laboratorio di fisica con gli inquiry learning spaces"
"Physics lab activities with Inquiry Learning Spaces"
 Tecnologie Didattiche, 24(2), 122-125.

S. Gil, J. L. Di Laccio (2016).
"Smartphone  una herramienta de laboratorio y aprendizaje. Laboratorios de bajo costo para aprendizaje de las ciencias"
101º Reunión de la Asociación Física Argentina, Tucuman, 4 - 7 octubre 2016.

M. Löfstrand and A-M. Pendrill (2016)
"Aerodynamics in the amusement park: interpreting sensor data for acceleration and rotation"
Physics Education, 51(5), 055015.

Book: "TICs para el Aprendizaje de la Ingeniería" (TICAI 2015)
Editors: M. G. Gericota & J. M. Santos Gago

V L B de Jesus and D G G Sasaki (2016).
"Modelling of a collision between two smartphones"
Physics Education, 51(5), 055006.

A. Brill, J. A. Frank, and V. Kapila (2016).
"Using inertial and visual sensing from a mounted smartphone to stabilize a ball and beam test-bed"
2016 American Control Conference (ACC). July 6-8, 2016. Boston, MA, USA.

A. Brill, J. A. Frank, and V. Kapila (2016).
"Visual servoing of an inverted pendulum on cart using a mounted smartphone"
2016 American Control Conference (ACC). July 6-8, 2016. Boston, MA, USA.

Chokchai Puttharugsa, Supitch Khemmani, Patipan Utayarat and Wasutep Luangtip (2016).
"Investigation of the rolling motion of a hollow cylinder using a smartphone"
European Journal of Physics, 37(5), 055004.

Juan Carlos Cañedo, Saida Ibnyaich, Manuel. A. González, Miguel. A. González (2016).
"AudiA: laboratorio (en el) móvil para el aprendizaje práctico de la Física"
IV Conferência Ibérica Inovação na Educação com TIC - ieTIC2016, Braganca, Portugal.

La Física en tu bolsillo:
"Aplicaciones Móviles de Uso Didáctico en Física"
Seminario en video por Manuel Á. González y Miguel A. Gonzalez. Grupo TIA (Tecnología, Innovación y Aprendizaje). Universidad de Valladolid, España.

Giménez, M.H., Castro-Palacio, J.C., Gómez-Tejedor, J.A., Velazquez, L., Monsoriu, J.A. (2016).
"Theoretical and experimental study of the normal modes in a coupled two-dimensional system"

Giménez, M.H., Castro-Palacio, J.C., Monsoriu, J.A. (2016).
"Direct visualization of mechanical beats by means of an oscillating smartphone"

Shakur, A. and Kraft, J. (2016).
"Measurement of Coriolis Acceleration with a Smartphone"
The Physics Teacher 54(5), 288.

R. da Silva Franco, G. F. Marranghello, F. S. da Rocha (2016).
"Medindo a aceleraçâo de um elevador", "Measuring the acceleration of an elevator"
Revista Brasileira de Ensino de Física 38(1), 1308.

V.L.B. de Jesus and D.G.G. Sasaki (2016).
"Uma visâo diferenciada sobre o ensino de forças impulsivas usando um smartphone"
Revista Brasileira de Ensino de Física 38(1), 1303.

Mau, S., Insulla, F., Pickens, E. E., Ding, Z. and Dudley, S. C. (2016).
"Locating a smartphone's accelerometer"
The Physics Teacher 54(4), 246.

Cartwright, J. (2016).
"Researchers are learning how to convert devices into global laboratories"
Nature 531, 669-671

"The scientist and the smartphone"
Nature Methods 7, 87

Müller, A., Hirth, M., and Kuhn, J. (2016).
"Tunnel pressure waves – A smartphone inquiry on rail travel"
The Physics Teacher 54(2), 118.

Burak Kağan Temiz & Ahmet Yavuz (2016).
"Magnetogate: using an iPhone magnetometer for measuring kinematic variables"
Physics Education, 51(1), 015004.

Pendrill, A.M. (2016).
"Rotating swings—a theme with variations"
Physics Education, 51(1), 015014.

J. M. Kinser (2015).
"Relating Time-Dependent Acceleration and Height Using an Elevator"
The Physics Teacher, 53(4), 220-221.

Mecca, S., Skrypek, M., Degaray, E., Mandeville, B., Boyd, N., Feely, M., Ricci J., Auciello, D., McIntyr, D. (2015).
"The S-Lab’s Lab in a Box: A Potential Game Changer for Rural Schools in the Developing World"
American Journal of Educational Research 3(11), 1402-1410.

González Rebollo M Á, Huete F, da Silva J B, Martínez Ó, Esteban D, Rochadel W, Cañedo J C, Manso J and González M Á (2015).
"Doing physics experiments and learning with smartphones"
TEEM '15 Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality, pp. 303-310, Porto, Portugal — October 07 - 09, 2015

Matthaios Patrinopoulos and Chrysovalantis Kefalis (2015).
"Angular velocity direct measurement and moment of inertia calculation of a rigid body using a smartphone"
The Physics Teacher, 53(9), 564-565.

Thomas Wilhelm, Jan-Philipp Burde, and Stephan Lück (2015).
"The direction of acceleration"
The Physics Teacher, 53(8), 500-501.

Bruno Sanguinetti, Anthony Martin, Hugo Zbinden, and Nicolas Gisin (2014)
"Quantum Random Number Generation on a Mobile Phone"
Phys. Rev. X 4, 031056

Libro iStage
Developing Teaching Materials for ICT (Information and Communications Technologies) in Natural Sciences:

Libro iStage2
Smartphones in Science Teaching:

Bing Sun, Yang Wang and Jacob Banda (2014).
"Gait Characteristic Analysis and Identification Based on the iPhone’s Accelerometer and Gyrometer"
Sensors 14(9), 17037-17054.

P Klein, M Hirth, S Gröber, J Kuhn and A Müller (2014)
"Classical experiments revisited: smartphones and tablet PCs as experimental tools in acoustics and optics"
Physics Education, 49(4), 412-418.

Silvia E. Calderón, Pablo Núñez, José L. Di Laccio, Leila M. Iannelli, Salvador Gil (2014).
"Aulas-laboratorios de bajo costo, usando TIC"
Revista Eureka sobre Enseñanza y Divulgación de las Ciencias, 12(1), 212-226.

Martínez Pérez, J. E. (2015).
"Obtención del valor de la aceleración de la gravedad en el laboratorio de física. Experiencia comparativa del sensor de un teléfono celular inteligente y el péndulo simple"
Revista Eureka sobre Enseñanza y Divulgación de las Ciencias, 12(2), 341-346.

Shakur, A., & Sinatra, T. (2013).
"Angular momentum"
The Physics Teacher, 51(9), 564-565.

Kuhn, J., Vogt, P. (2013).
"Applications and Examples of Experiments with Mobile Phones and Smartphones in Physics Lessons"
Frontiers in Sensors, 1(4), 67-73.

Chevrier, J., Madani, L., Ledenmat, S., & Bsiesy, A. (2013).
"Teaching classical mechanics using smartphones"
The Physics Teacher, 51(6), 376-377.

Vogt, P., & Kuhn, J. (2012).
"Analyzing free fall with a smartphone acceleration sensor"
The Physics Teacher, 50(3), 182-183.

Streepey, J. W. (2013).
"Using iPads to illustrate the impulse-momentum relationship"
The Physics Teacher, 51(1), 54-55.

Kuhn, J., & Vogt, P. (2012).
"Analyzing spring pendulum phenomena with a smart-phone acceleration sensor"
The Physics Teacher, 50(8), 504-505.

Kuhn, J., & Vogt, P. (2013).
"Smartphones as experimental tools: Different methods to determine the gravitational acceleration in classroom physics by using everyday devices"
European J of Physics Education, 4(1), 16.

Forinash, K., & Wisman, R. F. (2012).
"Smartphones as portable oscilloscopes for physics labs"
The Physics Teacher, 50(4), 242-243.

Thoms, L. J., Colicchia, G., & Girwidz, R. (2013).
"Color reproduction with a smartphone"
The Physics Teacher, 51(7), 440-441.

Sans, J. A., Manjón, F. J., Pereira, A. L. J., Gómez-Tejedor, J. A., & Monsoriu, J. A. (2013).
"Oscillations studied with the smartphone ambient light sensor"
European Journal of Physics, 34(6), 1349.

Castro-Palacio, J. C., Velázquez-Abad, L., Giménez, M. H., & Monsoriu, J. A. (2013).
"Using a mobile phone acceleration sensor in physics experiments on free and damped harmonic oscillations"
American Journal of Physics, 81(6), 472-475.

Vogt, P., & Kuhn, J. (2012).
"Analyzing simple pendulum phenomena with a smartphone acceleration sensor"
The Physics Teacher, 50(7), 439-440.

Pendrill, A.M., and Rohlen, J. (2011).
"Acceleration and rotation in a pendulum ride, measured using an iPhone 4"
Physics Education, 46, 676-681

Vogt, P., Kuhn, J., & Müller, S. (2011).
"Experiments using cell phones in physics classroom education: The computer-aided g determination"
The Physics Teacher, 49(6), 383-384.

Parolin, S. O., & Pezzi, G. (2013).
"Smartphone-aided measurements of the speed of sound in different gaseous mixtures"
The Physics Teacher, 51(8), 508-509.

Vogt, P., & Kuhn, J. (2013).
"Analyzing radial acceleration with a smartphone acceleration sensor"
The Physics Teacher, 51(3), 182-183.

Castro-Palacio, J. C., Velázquez-Abad, L., Giménez, F., & Monsoriu, J. A. (2013).
"A quantitative analysis of coupled oscillations using mobile accelerometer sensors"
Eur. J. Phys, 34, 737-744.

González, M., Martín, M., Herguedas, M. (2014)
"Mobile Phones for Teaching Physics:  Using Applications and Sensors"
TEEM '14 Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality, pp. 349-355, Salamanca, Spain — October 01 - 03, 2014

Manuel Á. González,
"Mobile Phones for Teaching Physics: Using Applications and Sensors" (Slides)

Colleen Lanz Countryman, (2014).
"Familiarizing Students with the Basics of a Smartphone's Internal Sensors"
The Physics Teacher, 52, 557-559.

Castro-Palacio, J. C., Velazquez, L., Gómez-Tejedor, J. A., Manjón, F. J., Monsoriu, J. A. (2014).
"Using a smartphone acceleration sensor to study uniform and uniformly accelerated circular motions"
Revista Brasileira de Ensino de Física, 36(2), 2315.

Carmen Hernández, Jesús Vegas, César Llamas, Manuel Á. González, (2014).
"A survey on mobile devices use by university students"
Conference: XVI Simposio Internacional de Informática Educativa (SIIE'14), At Logroño, La Rioja

Bilal Aftab Usman.
Smart Physics Mechanics With Smart Devices.

Algunas aplicaciones y recursos de la American Asociation of Physics Teachers.

Aplicaciones y referencias de Rebecca Vieyra.

Smartphones et éducation de ENS de Lyon (Philippe Jeanjacquot)

J. A. Sans, F. J. Manjón, V. Cuenca-Gotor, M. H. Giménez-Valentín, I. Salinas, J. J. Barreiro, J. A. Monsoriu, and J. A. Gomez-Tejedor (2015).
"Smartphone: a new device for teaching Physics."
1st International Conference on Higher Education Advances, HEAd’15
Universitat Politècnica de València, València, 2015

F.Huete, D.Esteban, J.B. da Silva, M. Skouri, Manuel A. González, D. Goudjami, W.Rochadel,
Miguel A. González (2015).
"Sensor Mobile, aplicación Android multilingüe con fines docentes para el acceso a sensores de smartphones"
XIII Jornadas de Redes de Investigación en Docencia Universitaria, Universidad de Alicante, 2 y 3 de julio de 2015.

A. Agliolo Gallitto, L. Lupo (2015).
"A mechanical model of the smartphone's accelerometer"

Manuel Á. González, Miguel á. González, Esther Martín, Rodrigo Santos, Alberto del Pozo, Ana Díez (2015)
"Física Experimental en Ambientes Informales con Smartphones"
Conference XXXV Bienal de la RSEF Gijon, Julio 2015.

Leonardo Vieira (2013).
"Experimentos de Fisica com Tablets e Smartphones"
Dissertacao em Instituto de Física, Universidades Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Outubro 2013.

Experimente mit dem Rotationssensor (Gyrometer)


Yi-Jing Hsieh and Chun-Ming Chiang (en chino / Chinese)
"Innovation of General Physics Experiment - Verification of Malus' Law by a Mobile Phone"
Chinese Physics Education 2017, 18(2), 99-106

Pasquale Onorato, Luigi M Gratton, Marta Polesello, Alessandro Salmoiraghi and Stefano Oss (2018)
"The Beer Lambert law measurement made easy"
Physics Education 53(3), 035033

Timo Hergemöller and Daniel Laumann (2017).
"Smartphone Magnification Attachment: Microscope or Magnifying Glass"
The Physics Teacher 55(6), 361.

Gary S.Settles (2017).
"Smartphone schlieren and shadowgraph imaging"
Optics and Lasers in Engineering (

Victor A. Miller, Keith T. Loebner (2016).
"Smartphone Schlieren"

Polak, R.D., Fudala, N., Rothchild, J.T., Weiss, S. E., and Zelek, M. (2016).
"Easily accessible experiments demonstrating interference"
The Physics Teacher 54(2), 120.

Frans Snik et al. (2015)
"Mapping atmospheric aerosols with a citizen science network of smartphone spectropolarimeters"
Geophysical Research Letters 41(20), 7351.

Ver proyecto iSPEX en la pestaña proyectos.

L.P. Vieira, V.O.M. Lara, D.F. Amaral, (2014).
"Demonstração da lei do inverso do quadrado com o auxílo de um tablet/smartphone"
Revista Brasileira de Ensino de Física, 36(3), 3505.

D P Igoe and A V Parisi (2015).
"Solar current output as a function of sun elevation: students as toolmakers"
Physics Education, 50(6), 657.


Silva, N. (2012).
"Magnetic field sensor"
The Physics Teacher, 50(6), 372-373.

Lara, V. O. M.,  Amaral,D.F., Faria, D. and Vieira, L.P. (2014).
"Demonstrations of magnetic phenomena: measuring the air permeability using tablets"
Physics Education, 49(6), 658.
(Acceso Timbó en Uruguay)

Arribas, E., Escobar, I., Suarez, C. P., Najera, A., and Beléndez, A. (2015).
"Measurement of the magnetic field of small magnets with a smartphone: a very economical laboratory practice for introductory physics courses"
European Journal of Physics, 36(6), 065002.
(Acceso Timbó en Uruguay)

R D Septianto, D Suhendra and F Iskandar (2017).
"Utilisation of the magnetic sensor in a smartphone for facile magnetostatics experiment: magnetic field due to electrical current in straight and loop wires"
Physics Education, 52(1), 015015.
(Acceso Timbó en Uruguay)

Sameer Arabasi and Hussein Al-Taani (2017).
"Measuring the Earth's magnetic field dip angle using a smartphone-aided setup: a simple experiment for introductory physics laboratories"
European Journal of Physics, 38(2), 025201.
(Acceso Timbó en Uruguay)

Escobar, I.; Ramirez-Vazquez, R.; Gonzalez-Rubio, J.; Belendez, A.; Arribas, E. (2018).
"Magnetic Field of a Linear Quadrupole Using the Magnetic Sensors Inside the Smartphones"
Preprints 2018, 2018010257


Matías Osorio, Javier Pereyra, Daniel Gau, Agustín Laguarda (2018)
"Measuring and characterizing beat phenomena with a smartphone"
European Journal of Physics, 39(2), 025708.

D. Lubyako, G. Martinez-Piedra, A. Ushenin, P. Denvir, J. Dunlop, A. Hall, G. Le Roux, L. van Someren and H. Weinberger (2017).
"Understanding the Doppler effect by analysing spectrograms of the sound of a passing vehicle"
Physics Education, 52(6), 065004.

Lars-Jochen Thoms, Giuseppe Colicchia and Raimund Girwidz (2017).
"Phonocardiography with a smartphone"
Physics Education, 52(2), 023004.

Kuhn, J., & Vogt, P. (2013).
"Analyzing acoustic phenomena with a smartphone microphone"
The Physics Teacher, 51(2), 118-119.

Yavuz, A. (2015)
"Measuring the speed of sound in air using smartphone applications"
Physics Education, 50(3), 281.

Kasper, L., Vogt, P., & Strohmeyer, C. (2015).
"Stationary waves in tubes and the speed of sound"
The Physics Teacher, 53(1), 52-53.

Hirth, M., Kuhn, J., & Müller, A. (2015).
"Measurement of sound velocity made easy using harmonic resonant frequencies with everyday mobile technology"
The Physics Teacher, 53(2), 120-121.

Müller, A, Vogt, P., Kuhn, J., & Müller, M. (2015).
"Cracking knuckles — A smartphone inquiry on bioacoustics"
The Physics Teacher, 53(5), 307-308.

Orsola Parolin, S. & Pezzi, G. (2015).
"Kundt's tube experiment using smartphones"
Physics Education, 50(4), 443.

Vogt, P., Kasper, L. and Burde, J-P. (2015).
"The sound of church bells: Tracking down the secret of a traditional arts and crafts trade"
The Physics Teacher, 53(8), 438-439.

Giménez, M. H., Salinas, I., Monsoriu J. A., Cuenca-Gotor, V. P., Manjón, F. J., Sansc, J. A. and Gómez-Tejedor, J. A. (2015)
"El teléfono móvil inteligente: una herramienta para el estudio de la acústica experimental"
Congreso In-Red 2015, Universitat Politècnica de València 

Giménez, M.H., Salinas, I., Castro-Palacio, J.C., Gómez-Tejedor, J.A., Monsoriu, J.A. (2016).
"Visualizing acoustical beats with a smartphones"

González, M. and González, M. (2016).
"Smartphones as experimental tools to measure acoustical and mechanical properties of vibrating rods"
European Journal of Physics, 37(4), 045701

Fernandes, A.C.P., Auler, L.T.S., Huguenin, J.A.O., Balthazar, W.F. (2016).
"Doppler Effect with tablet and smartphone"
Revista Brasileira de Ensino de Física 38(3), e3504.

F. Satoh, K. Sakagami, A. Omoto (2016).
"Application of a smartphone for introductory teaching of sound environment: Validation of the precision of the devices and examples of students' work"
Acoustical Science and Technology 37(4) —Special Issue on Education in Acoustics—, 165-172.

R. Jaafar, S. Kadri Ayop, A. Tarmimi, K. Keng Hon, A. Nazihah Mat Daud,
and M. Helmy Hashim (2016).
"Visualization of Harmonic Series in Resonance Tubes Using a Smartphone"
The Physics Teacher 54(9), 545 - 547.

T. B. Greenslade Jr. (2016).
"Whistling Tea Kettles, Train Whistles, and Organ Pipes"
The Physics Teacher 54(9), 518 - 519.


Rebecca Elizabeth Vieyra, Chrystian Vieyra, and Stefano Macchia (2017).
"Kitchen Physics: Lessons in Fluid Pressure and Error Analysis"
The Physics Teacher, 55(2), 87.

Stefano Macchia and Rebecca Vieyra (2017).
"A simple wind tunnel to analyse Bernoulli's principle"
Physics Education, 52(1), 013004.

Julien Vandermarlière (2016)
"On the inflation of a rubber balloon"
The Physics Teacher 54, 566.

S. Macchia (2016).
"Analyzing Stevin’s law with the smartphone barometer"
The Physics Teacher 54(6), 373.

Vanini, S., Faraci, F., Ferrari, A., and Giordano,S. (2016).
"Using barometric pressure data to recognize vertical displacement activities on smartphones" Computer Communications, 87:37-48.

Muralidharan, K., Khan, A. J., Misra, A., Balan, R. K., Agarwal, S. (2014).
"Barometric Phone Sensors – More Hype Than Hope!"
ACM HotMobile '14, 26-27 February, 2014, Santa Barbara, CA, USA.


Daniel Whiteson, Michael Mulhearn, Chase Shimmin, Kyle Brodie, Dustin Burns (2014).
"Observing Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays with Smartphones"
arXiv preprint arXiv:1410.2895.

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Kuhn, J., Molz, A., Gröber, S., & Frübis, J. (2014).
"iRadioactivity---Possibilities and Limitations for Using Smartphones and Tablet PCs as Radioactive Counters"
The Physics Teacher, 52, 351-356.

Gröber, S., Molz, A., & Kuhn, J. (2014).
"Using smartphones and tablet PCs for β−-spectroscopy in an educational experimental setup"
European Journal of Physics, 35(6), 065001.
Ver proyecto DECO en la pestaña proyectos.

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Marcus Kubsch, Jeffrey Nordine, and David Hadinek (2017).
"Using smartphone thermal cameras to engage students’ misconceptions about energy"
The Physics Teacher 55(8), 504.

M. P. Strzys, S. Kapp, M. Thees, J. Kuhn, P. Lukowicz, P. Knierim, and A. Schmidt (2017).
"Augmenting the thermal flux experiment: A mixed reality approach with the HoloLens"
The Physics Teacher 55(6), 376.

Charles Xiea and Edmund Hazzard (2011).
"Infrared Imaging for Inquiry-Based Learning"
The Physics Teacher 49, 368.

Rhett Allain (2014),
"The World Looks Different Through an  Infrared Camera,"
Wired, 2014-04-09.

Rhett Allain (2014),
"Trying Out the iPhone Infrared Camera: The FLIR One,"
Wired, 2014-08-18.

Rhett Allain (2014),
"Testing the accuracy of the FLIR One,"
Wired, 2014-09-12.

Rhett Allain (2014),
"The Seek Thermal Infrared Camera for iPhone and Android,"
Wired, 2014-10-17.

Rhett Allain (2014),
"A High Resolution Thermal Camera, the Therm-App,"
Wired, 2014-11-17.

Vernier Thermal Analysis for FLIR ONE


Hochberg, K., Kuhn, J. & Müller, A.
"Using Smartphones as Experimental Tools—Effects on Interest, Curiosity, and Learning in Physics Education"
Journal of Science Education and Technology (2018).

Svensson, Tomas (2018).
"Smartphone physics – a smart approach to practical work in science education?: Experiences from a Swedish upper secondary school"
Student thesis. Degree: Mathematics and Science Education, 2018, Stockholm University.

Anna R. Esteve, Sara Segura, M. Francisca Petit and Jordi Solbes (2017).
"Evaluation of a practical experience with smartphones about noise pollution"
ESERA 2017 Conference, Ireland, August 2017.

A. Mazzella and I. Testa (2016).
"An investigation into the effectiveness of smartphone experiments on students' conceptual knowledge about acceleration"
Physics Education 51(5), 055010.

B. van der Ventel, R. Newman, L. Botes and A. Goldberg (2016).
"The role of the iPad in collaborative learning in a large-enrollment first-year physics module"
Physics Education, 51(4), 045017.

M. Ş. Bülbül, N. Yiğit and B. Garip (2016).
"Adapting smart phone applications about physics education to blind students"
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 707(1), 012039 (IPCAP2016)

J. A. Sans, F. J. Manjón, V. Cuenca-Gotor, M. H. Giménez-Valentín, I. Salinas, J. J. Barreiro, J. A. Monsoriu, and J. A. Gomez-Tejedor (2015).
"Smartphone: a new device for teaching Physics"
1st International Conference on Higher Education Advances, HEAd’15

Colleen Countryman, M.A. Paesler (2016)
"Enhancing Students' Understanding of Scientific Equipment: Smartphones in the Laboratory"
arXiv preprint: 1607.03736

D’Ambrosio, A. (2016)
"Smartphone: un laboratorio in tasca, non solo in classe"
Bricks 6(2), 8-14.

González, M.A., González, M.A. (2016).
"Uso de Smartphones en experimentos de física en el laboratorio y fuera de él"
IV Congreso de Docentes de Ciencias, Madrid, España.

González, M.A., Martín, M.E., Llamas, C., Martínez, O., Vegas, J., Herguedas, M., Hernández, C.(2015).
"Teaching and Learning Physics with Smartphones"
Journal of Cases on Information Technology, 17(1), 31-50

Joël CHEVRIER, Laya MADANI and Ahmad BSIESY (2015)
"Can a smartphone be a HomeLab ?"
3rd International Conference for Design Education Researchers, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Tamela Maciel (2015)
"Smartphones in the Classroom Help Students See Inside the Black Box"
APS News 24(3), March 2015

Johanna Basnak (2015)
"Smartphones in the classroom 1: A new educational tool"
OpenSignal, April 2015

Johanna Basnak (2015)
"Smartphones in the classroom 2: Teaching Physics"
OpenSignal, May 2015

Edward Graham
"Using Smartphones in the Classroom"
National Education Association

Helen Crompton