phyphox gives you access to the sensors of your phone either directly or through ready-to-play experiments which analyze your data and let you export raw data along with the results for further analysis. You can even define your own experiments on phyphox.org and share them with colleagues, students and friends.
- A selection of pre-defined experiments. Just press play to start.
- Export your data to a range of widely used formats
- Remote-control your experiment through a web interface from any PC on the same network as your phone. No need to install anything on those PCs - all you need is a modern web browser.
- Define your own experiments by selecting sensor inputs, defining analysis steps and creating views as an interface using our web-editor (http://phyphox.org/editor). The analysis can consists of just adding two values or using advanced methods like Fourier transforms and crosscorrelation. We offer a whole toolbox of analysis functions.
*some sensors are not present on every phone.
- CSV (Comma separated values)
- TSV (Tab-separated values)
(if you need other formats, please let us know)
This app has been developed at the 2nd Institute of Physics A at the RWTH Aachen University.
- New sensor db experiment, that allows you to contribute information about your device to our new (upcoming) sensor database.
- Highlight nearest BLE devices if multiple with same name are present.
- Use common time reference for multiple sensors, improving their synchronization.
- Location services (i.e. GPS) now use a database to translate elevation above the reference geoid and the WGS84 ellipsoid.
- Fix wrong values if picking data points from logarithmic plots
- Fix applause meter losing scores
- Use advertised name of BLE devices instead of the local name buffered by iOS
- Update BLE scan results, so changes in signal strength can be seen
- Fix analysis logic: Run analysis if input data has been changed by previous analysis run
- Fix some analysis crashes due to invalid integers
- Include EduRoom SDK (eduroom.de)
- Accept old "out" attribute for audio inputs to fix compatibility issues with older experiments
- Remote access stores settings (font size, layout) until the end of the browser session
- Remote access now has a bright mode (should help on low-contrast projectors)
- Fix error in distance calculation of location/GPS experiment. (Introduced in 1.1.0, please check any distance data generated in 1.1.0 or 1.1.1)
- Add 1/min to acceleration spectrum and magnetic spectrum to directly get RPM from engines
- Add gap between value and unit in value view elements to avoid confusing units
- Show optional dialogs and hints (save experiment locally, press arrow to start, etc.) after showing the Bluetooth scan dialog instead of not showing them at all
- Fix separators in experiment layouts
- Elevator experiment not working due to an error in the new formula parser
- Crash of color plot (mostly when starting the sonar experiment)
- Color map not showing if any z value is infinite (encountered in magnetic spectrum)
- Crash when picking data points in graph with history (i.e. in the sonar experiment)
- Crash in reduce module for fewer y than x data points
- Fixes for iOS 13: Crash when opening experiments and design of tab bar
* Multi-line plots
* Bar charts
* Color plots (used in spectrum experiments)
* Bluetooth Low Energy support
* Bluetooth Experiments included: Generic heart rate sensor, generic HID mouse, PocketLab One, PocketLab Voyager, Sensirion Smart Humigadget, Texas Instruments SensorTag CC1350/CC2650
* New experiment: Applause meter
* Open experiments from zip files or QR codes
* Raw sensor experiments now feature a multi-line version
* New languages: Chinese (simplified script), French, Vietnamese
The entire list of changes and new features can be found on http://phyphox.org.
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- Release Date:
- RWTH Aachen University
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