This Exploratorium site contains an activity to produce images with a cylindrical mirror. The mirror is made of aluminized Mylar backed with construction paper. The site provides diagrams to explain the observed...
This collection, created and maintained by Harald Edens, contains photographs of many different atmospheric optical phenomena. Those phenomena include ice crystal halos, light scattering, and atmospheric refraction,...
Created by art historian Mary Wills and physicist Rebecca Hartzler of Edmonds Community College, this course helps students understand the interconnectedness of art and physics in the early European Renaissance. ...
This Exploratorium site contains an activity about afterimages, the lingering images seen after staring at a particular stimulus. Participants look at bird shapes of different colors for a while and then look away,...
Created as part of the Museum Informatics Project at the University of California, Berkeley, this website serves as a clearinghouse of high-quality physics applets that can be used in a variety of settings. The site is...
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