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Blockly Extension: Acoustic Stopwatch

Students develop Blockly code that uses data from a Wireless Sound Sensor to trigger start and stop timing, effectively creating a stopwatch that starts and stops using loud sound commands.

Source: Physics Lab Station Investigations


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Blockly_Extension_Acoustic_Stopwatch_S.docx 1.28 MB
Blockly_Extension_Acoustic_Stopwatch_Google_Slides.pdf 30.27 KB
Blockly_Extension_Acoustic_Stopwatch_S.pdf 1.54 MB

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Wireless Sound Sensor | Get Started

Wireless Sound Sensor | Get Started

Learn about using PASCO's Wireless Sound Sensor (PS- 3227) to analyze both sound levels and sound waveforms. Learn more: Note:...

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Wireless Sound Sensor

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