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Xibalba
2012-Aug-01, 06:49 PM
Hi, me and some friends are in the making of an app of information about subatomic particles and a paticle physics.

Of course, we don't aim to provide a full university cursus about that, as we are only amateurs and interested in this field of science.

We would just like somebody who knows more than us to verify and add stuff in our application.

Thanks! Please comment or send a private message to me!
-Dave

StarStryder
2012-Aug-02, 02:33 AM
Hi Xibalba,

we can try to answer things here, but one idea is to talk to the folks at Hyperphysics (http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/hframe.html) and see if they'd like to partner with you. I know a mobile version of their content is something I'd pay for!

Xibalba
2012-Aug-02, 03:40 PM
Seems like they already have an app! http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/hframe.html

StarStryder
2012-Aug-03, 10:42 PM
OH! Cool - Hrm... this may translate into meaning a new app isn't needed. Not sure.

Xibalba
2012-Aug-04, 07:08 PM
Or maybe not. We offer something different than them. They are quite vague about particle physics, but are broad in physics. We focus on subatomic particles and the interactions and properties involved. In a learning format.

kmasterdo
2012-Aug-04, 08:21 PM
We offer something different than them.

Why don't you ask them then? A good app on particle physics is an excellent idea!

Xibalba
2012-Aug-06, 01:51 AM
Why don't you ask them then? A good app on particle physics is an excellent idea!

I can't find a place where I could contact them :/ If you have a link to such place, or an email address I could send a message to, it would be greatly appreciated.

By the way, the app is on its way, and it is looking marvelous! Cool style, with a learn and test yourself format. There will be some achievements, and probably downloadable content after the release date. :)

kmasterdo
2012-Aug-06, 06:45 PM
I can't find a place where I could contact them :/ If you have a link to such place, or an email address I could send a message to, it would be greatly appreciated.

You could perhaps try this (http://www.phy-astr.gsu.edu/cnave/public_html/index.html).

Xibalba
2012-Aug-06, 07:41 PM
Thanks a lot!

Xibalba
2012-Aug-26, 02:54 AM
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Here's an early look on the working version of the app. Of course, the French word "Chapitre 1" has already been replaced to its English equivalent haha :)

If you have some feedbacks or suggestions to send my direction, they will all be appreciated!

And by the way, we are still on the hunt for some to verify the information we put into the app.

Thanks!

iquestor
2012-Aug-29, 10:19 PM
If you wanted an iPad version you could use Conjyr. www.conjyr.com (http://conjyr.com) you can get it built quick using ppt slides, images, movies, docs, etc and post it on conjyr.com. then the whole project can be compiled as an app store app. I own the source, would be glad to put it up for you.