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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,...
This site from the University of Oregon’s Physics Department provides a description of Olbers’ Paradox which asks why the night sky is dark. The site presents diagrams and an explanation for why a static infinite...
This activity demonstrates the additive properties of light. Different-colored lights are shown on the same spot on a screen so that the reflecting light is white. Colored shadows, however, can be made by holding an...
This website from eChalk contains optical illusions offering proof that our color perception is strongly influenced by surrounding colors. The site also includes educational games related to optical illusions and color.
This applet displays the periodic table of elements. By clicking on an element, the applet will show its line spectrum (as a neutral species). Cursor interrogation allows the wavelengths of various features to be...
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