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The perceived color of an object depends on its background.
Model the behavior of light reflecting off soap film surfaces.
Why do we see colors in soap bubbles?
See how images appear in a curved mirror.
Tune in to tunes with your teeth.
Use your senses to figure out what’s inside your Sound Cup.
Make a stationary triangle appear on a spinning wheel.
Make the palm of your hand appear to squirm and twist.
Locating the source of a sound is mostly a matter of timing.
Know your C, M, Y, and K.
Using two eyes gives you depth perception.
Make your own mix-n-match markers to produce a rainbow of colors.
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