Autodesk Digital STEAM Applied Mechanics

Autodesk Digital STEAM Applied Mechanics

By Autodesk Inc.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-03-19
  • Current Version: 2.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 67.68 MB
  • Developer: Autodesk Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 17 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Autodesk Digital STEAM Applied Mechanics App Ratings: 3
3
Based on 17 App Reviews
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Autodesk Digital STEAM Applied Mechanics App Details

The Applied Mechanics App teaches the principles of applied mechanics by exploring five interrelated topics: Energy & Work, Force, Power, Loading, and Mechanisms. These concepts are essential in the development of innovative products and product systems and learning about how things work. Key Benefits: ✓ Provides a fun way to make the connection between physical theory and the practical application of mechanics and technology ✓ Engages users to learn about applied mechanics through a combination of imaginative resources, including interactive games and animations ✓ Includes definitions of the applied mechanics used in the games, as well as practical application of the content ✓ Challenges players to use knowledge derived from the games to resolve a series of applied mechanics problems ✓ Teaches the principles that can help guide users to develop the next-generation technological devices and appliances Explore the Applied Mechanic App and then apply your knowledge of these concepts using Autodesk®ForceEffect™ and Autodesk® ForceEffect™ Motion, free engineering simulation apps. Download these free apps today. On iTunes go to: App Store>Productivity>Autodesk, Inc.

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App Reviews

  • Not what I expected

    2
    By InvertedZebra
    Although the graphics hold give it away this is an app with a couple mini games. The games are simple enough for a 4 year old. Although they say they are teaching there's not much education at all, you virtually learn the same physics through angry birds, and a couple other games.

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