- Ames Illusion
The students will learn about how optical illusions trick our minds by making an Ames room.
The students will reflect on how blindness affects human lives by experiencing how visually impaired people can read texts.
- Color Mixer
Students will understand how different primary colors mix to form other colors by making a color mixer toy.
- Moire Pattern
The students will learn about Moire pattern by making animations using the concepts involved.
- Path of Light
The students learn about the total internal reflection of light by experimenting with different liquid solutions.
- Peripheral vision
Students will understand the peripheral vision of human eye by performing an experiment and finding their own periphery of vision.
- Reverse Letters
Students explore and learn about vertical symmetry and horizontal symmetry of alphabets and various objects using mirror.
- Spin to see
Students will understand how our eyes view the illusion of continuity by making a pattern on a spinning disc.
Students will understand how animations work due to persistence of vision by making a Thaumatrope (an animation optical toy from 19th century).
- Color Wheel
Students will discover that light is a combination of 7 different colors by making a rotating color wheel and testing different color combinations.