Use a lamp and a grease spot to estimate the power output of the sun.
Fingerprints for light sources.
Discover art and science in a myriad of spherical reflections.
Create graceful loops and spirals by drawing on a spinning dish.
Like a wheel within a wheel.
This visual illusion makes the palm of your hand appear to squirm and twist.
The attraction and repulsion of magnets produces entrancing, unpredictable motion.
Two lips make sound
Investigate how light and color interact by aligning three colored and one black overhead transparencies.
When you view short bursts of moving images, you see some interesting effects.
Sometimes what you taste has more to do with your eyes than your tongue: a "Science Snack" from the Exploratorium Teacher Institute.
Motion helps you see things you might miss otherwise.
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