High Speed Camera for MHS Physics

A high-speed digital video camera can record video up to 1200 fps which is used during Physics class to analyze physics concepts from real life motions.  Events occurring in real time are often faster than the eye can see and faster than the brain can process.  This camera allows the physics teacher to record specific motions related to the curriculum. 

 

"One of the very exciting aspects of having this camera in our classroom is the questions that the students themselves generate once they see a few of the "time warp like" videos."