New York: Pocket Lab, a well-known scientific and educational toy company, has developed a toy car called G Force. Due to the advanced sensors installed in the car, it can be considered as a physics laboratory running on wheels.
Prior to that, Pocket Lab was developing scientific instrumentation equipment, hardware, science curriculum and other items. Thanks to the G-Force sensor installed in the car, children can easily understand the speed, acceleration and other physical phenomena of the car.
Behind the Pocket Lab are experts in technology, design and science. He insists that ordinary people and adults can also benefit from it.
Although the toy car is based on the original car, the G Force car is equipped with a speedometer and an odometer that can transmit your data manually to a computer or phone via wireless communication. Accompanying the car are the track-like tracks, slopes and spiral structures on which the running cars explain complex mathematical facts.
For example, if two cars collide, energy can be measured. The same technology is being used for automated cars. In the matriculation physics book we read the theory of ‘simple harmonic motions’ simple harmonic motion which can be practiced by the car itself.
The GForce app lets you get car data and learn more by putting it in the equation. In addition, the notebook series contains thousands of lessons and practical writings.
The car battery is charged via USB. The car has nine axles fitted internally. Speedometers and odometers have been installed at the front while the price of a car has been kept at 88 88 to 98