Pocket Optics

Pocket Optics provides an interactive demonstration of basic principles of geometric (ray) optics. Optics professionals can use it for basic ray and image tracing.

Features:

1. Fully interactive touch interface (stylus or compatible mouse is recommended for precision).
2. Supports various screen resolutions - from small phones to large tablets and Android TVs.
3. Point light sources with variable opening angles and optical beams with variable width. The ray density can be adjusted for each source.
4. Adjustable focal lengths for Lenses and Mirrors.
5. Apertures with adjustable openings.
6. Traces images of an Object throughout the optical system.
7. Scrollable screen.
8. Bench configurations can be saved on device for future use.
9. Coordinate grid (can be turned off in Settings).
10. Optic components can be snapped to a smaller grid.
11. Visual Help illustrates all interactive features.

Credits:

Pocket Optics is inspired by Optics4 Applet by Prof. Wolfgang Christian, Davidson College (http://webphysics.davidson.edu/applets/applets.html)
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What's New

1.Lens Curvature Control. You can now control lens curvatures separately, even create meniscus lenses! Just check 'Lens Curvature' box in Settings menu.
2.Bug Fixes, crash on creating a mirror in some systems in particular.
3.API Compatibility issues
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Additional Information

Updated
May 29, 2019
Size
2.9M
Installs
10,000+
Current Version
1.2
Requires Android
4.0.3 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Alpa-Tek
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