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With polarized light, you can make a stained glass window without glass.
Your pupil changes size to control how much light enters your eye.
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Polarized light passing through sugar water reveals beautiful colors.
Keep an eye on your retinal blood supply network.
Use your breath to make a visible change in an electric circuit.
Use color chromatography to separate black ink.
Model the behavior of light reflecting off soap film surfaces.
Why do we see colors in soap bubbles?
Gravity turns soap film into an ever-shifting, colorful masterpiece.
Create geometric art with soap films.
See how images appear in a curved mirror.
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