Learn how your brain recognizes faces and why you sometimes see them in places they don’t exist!
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Light can be a type of pollution. Learn about the damage it causes to people and living things as well as how you can prevent it.
Learn about the history, function, uses, benefits and risks of ophthalmic imaging as a medical imaging technology.
Explore how we see things far and near and from different angles. It's all about perspective!
Ever wondered why we have two eyes (and not one, three or more)? Find how your two eyes work together in this hands-on activity.
What does light have to do with colour? Observe some colourful fruit under different conditions to learn why we see the colours we see!
How does the human eye see visible light as colour? And why do some people see more colours than others?
How is light connected to the colours we see? In this STEAM activity make a colourful light catcher and discover why we see different colours?
The human eye lets us see the world by sending impulses to our nervous system. In many ways, it is very similar to other optical devices, including cameras.