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Light Assignment Pt.#1

The inside info on how eyes and optical illusions work, and 3D movies and glasses,
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Colin Patrick

on 19 April 2010

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Transcript of Light Assignment Pt.#1

Optical Illusions How do they work? Optical illusions are visually precieved images that differ from reality I LOVE SCIENCE It tricks your mind into thinking the obvious. For instance you could be seeing a vase or two people next to each other. Eyes diffrent parts of the eye I LOVE EYES! Eye diagram! :) 3D! 3D history The first 3D movie released was "L’arrivée du train” filmed in 1903 by the Lumière brothers, the inventors of cinema is known as the first stereoscopic movie ever made. When it was released, audiences panicked because they thought the train was about to crash right into them!
How do blue and red glasses work?
the glasses work because the two colored lenses are exactly coupled with the images on the screen How is 3D better today?
3D is better today because we use polarized glasses. Polarized glasses create the 3D illusion by restricting the amount of light that reaches the eye. I WANT MY OWN 3D GLASSES! THE END
THANK YOU, THANK YOU
YOU ARE TOO KIND!
I'M HERE ALL WEEK
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