Using Live Photos to capture body movements in Science

My students in Year 4 are currently exploring the human body and their skeletons in Science. Today they carried out an independent investigation to see how the lengths of a particular body part in different students affected a movement like jumping, running or throwing.

They used the Bounce setting in the Live Photo function to capture a movement from their experiment so that they could review how each student jumped, ran or threw to consider whether it was a fair test in their conclusion.


2 replies

October 09, 2022

Love this - have you also heard of the heart AR app? Your students would love exploring that.

December 02, 2023

And if you have them jumping in front of a ruler or some sort of measures on a wall they could be able to see how high they can jump using only the photo app. Great idea!

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