Hi! Thanks for using jsTrack, and for answering this survey. I'm looking to improve the jsTrack experience and also add more functionality, so this will be key in deciding what to work on.
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How do you use the app?
For class, as a student.
For class, as a teacher.
Connected in some way to class/school.
Independently, for my own projects.
How did you discover the site?
My teacher or instructor gave me the link.
Open Source Physics Tracker Forum
Sent to me by a colleague
Have you encountered any of these issues while using the app? (there is a textbox below to enter other issues).
Scale jumps to the top corner and can't be moved properly.
Video FPS is incorrect, leading to the wrong time interval or frames repeating while tracking.
Video convertor fails to convert MOV to MP4.
Slow motion video settings are confusing/don't work.
Data seems incorrect or inaccurate.
Any other bugs encountered?
What new features would you like to see added?
Extract further variables (velocity, acceleration, etc.) within the app rather than an external spreadsheet
An overlay for velocity/acceleration/force vectors on top of the video after tracking.
Auto-tracking to track motion automatically.
Simulations, to track the motion of a video and then change variables and see how the motion reacts.
Simulations, to specify from scratch different physics experiments and demos to animate and see data for.
The ability to export a video with an overlay that has vectors and tracking data, to more easily share and present the tracked motion.
What's your opinion on making jsTrack more of a cohesive experience?
I'm thinking of making some sort of dashboard where there's multiple apps so you can track motion in videos and see simple data in jsTrack, then analyze and visualize that data in another app, and then use the data to generate simulations, etc. This would all be linked to a user account, so all your projects save automatically online.
Yes, I think that's a good idea, and I wouldn't mind having to log in to use the service because all my projects and settings would be saved. I also like that I could open my projects in a data analysis application and go back to the video tracker seamlessly.
Yes, I'm kind of on board, I wouldn't mind user accounts as long as I'm not required to use one, and I like being able to seamlessly switch between applications, theoretically.
No, I like the app how it is. Improvements are fine, but keep it as a distinct application.
No, don't change a thing.
Would you ever pay for using an updated and better-supported jsTrack v2.0? (NOTE: an open-source version with the existing functionality will ALWAYS be available for free).
Yes, I would pay a one-time fee to use a better version of jsTrack.
Yes, I would pay a periodic subscription to use a better version of jsTrack.
Yes, I would pay a periodic subscription to use a better version of jsTrack, as long as my students also got access to the app for free.
My school or organization would pay a subscription for all students/teachers to access the better version.
Yes, I would pay either once or periodically, if the newer version is substantially better and/or other included apps bring substantial value.
Absolutely not, I will never pay for the use of jsTrack.
Would you like to include your email? If you include this I might send you follow-up questions and I'll let you know if/when any new updates are launched.
Finally, here's space for you to write whatever you want: yell at me for something that's broken, tell me any great ideas you may have, or whatever you want.
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