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In this activity, learners create a simple “top” from a CD, marble and bottle cap, and use it as a spinning platform for a variety of illusion-generating patterns.
In this activity (6th on the page), learners investigate how photoreceptors in the eye (rods and cones) "adapt" to low light conditions.
In this activity about afterimages, learners explore what happens when receptor cells called cones in your eye's retina get tired.
In this optics activity, learners conduct an experiment to explore peripheral vision. Learners collect data about their ability to see shapes, colors, or letters using their peripheral vision.
In this data collection and analysis activity, learners evaluate fish physiology and ecology using vision research data from Dr.
In this activity, learners make a Benham Top to explore visual illusions and optics.
In this activity (17th on the page), learners investigate why you cannot see colors in dim light.