Date of Award


Document Type



Santa Clara : Santa Clara University, 2019


Computer Engineering

First Advisor

Daniel Lewis


Many students taking physics early on in their education find that it may be difficult to associate the theory they learn in class with how physics works in real world scenarios. Through various experiments in class, students are able to see examples of physics phenomena, but those experiments are limited by equipment, and do not offer precise data. To combat this, we are creating a virtual reality application for students to use to help learn physics. This report details the requirements the system will meet, as well as the use cases and subsequent activity diagrams for all users. We have also included a conceptual model of our system, as well as an explanation for technologies used, and a test plan and development timeline.