Designed to replicate the functionality of a real oscilloscope, the Virtual Oscilloscope has captivated the attention of students, educators, and electronics enthusiasts alike. Its intuitive interface and accurate waveform representations have garnered positive feedback, making it an invaluable resource for anyone interested in circuit analysis and electronic waveforms. I extend my gratitude to all those who have supported me and invite others to join this immersive learning experience.
Since the frequency of the slow apparent motion in the stroboscope experiment varies depending on various factors that are not taken into consideration in the simulation, an essential change has been made to the code of the Stroboscope Experiment simulation to address the frequency of this apparent motion in the observation remarks.
The paper: Using a web-based and stand-alone oscilloscope for physics experiment during Covid-19 pandemic, Mahizah Ismail et al (2023), Phys. Educ. 58 015006, is based on the Virtual Oscilloscope simulation. This paper was authored by Mahizah Ismail, Farid Minawi, Wan Zul Adli Wan Mokhtar, Noraihan L Abdul Rashid and Ahmad K Ariffin.
The article DOI: https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1361-6552/ac95eb
This time I have updated Virtual Oscilloscope so it is now mobile-friendly. Long-press any button, knob, or slider and it will scale up to become comfortable enough for your touch so you can control it comfortably using your mobile device.
I also optimized the code to perform smoothly on mobile devices.
I updated the graphical user interface for easier interaction and better fitting in the browser. I also optimized the code.
I updated the graphical user interface for easier interaction and better fitting in the browser. Also, I made a minor bug fix to the code.
I updated the graphical user interface for easier interaction and better filling in the browser, and most importantly, I made several bug fixes to the code.