LabInApp 12th Physics Lab

LabInApp provides simulations for class 9th to 12th Science CBSE.

LabInApp 12th Physics Lab

Course Description

LabInApp is a 3D, interactive Virtual Laboratory tool for a grade 12 Physics CBSE student which focuses on a heuristic approach of understanding science. This enables students to perform science experiments on computers or mobile devices and eliminates the physical barriers of an actual laboratory.   The features and benefits of the LabInApp 3D Simulations are as follows: 3-D: It gives the ability to see around objects in 360 degrees, bringing them closer to reality. 3D makes the learning experience more inspiring, enjoyable and hence, memorable. Interactive: As a one-on-one tool, it gives the chance to interact with concepts. Here you can directly change the parameters and see the effects. Thus it makes understanding of concepts deeper. Visualization: LabInApp provides the ability to see all invisib... Read More »

LabInApp is a 3D, interactive Virtual Laboratory tool for a grade 12 Physics CBSE student which focuses on a heuristic approach of understanding science.

This enables students to perform science experiments on computers or mobile devices and eliminates the physical barriers of an actual laboratory.

 

The features and benefits of the LabInApp 3D Simulations are as follows:

3-D:

It gives the ability to see around objects in 360 degrees, bringing them closer to reality. 3D makes the learning experience more inspiring, enjoyable and hence, memorable.

Interactive:

As a one-on-one tool, it gives the chance to interact with concepts. Here you can directly change the parameters and see the effects. Thus it makes understanding of concepts deeper.

Visualization:

LabInApp provides the ability to see all invisible factors influencing experiments, enhancing the user’s understanding and retention.

Real-Time:

The real-time feature helps you to test concepts on the fly by varying the parameters involved. This gives the sense of exploration, as doubts are cleared instantaneously.

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Course Outline

Ohm's Law
Wheatston Bridge
Series-Parallel Resistance
Compare EMF's
Internal Resistance of Cell
Half Deflection Method
Galvanometer to Ammeter
Galvanometer to Voltmeter
Frequency of AC Mains
Concave Mirror
Convex Lens
Convex Mirror
Concave Lens
RI of Glass Slab
RI using Concave Mirror
RI using Convex Lens
PN Junction Diode
Zener Diode
Transistor

Technical Requirements

  • Android Devices with minimum requirements
  • Requires free space of at least 512MB internal memory

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