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Light Projector Physics Period 2 2014-2015
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Propose The projector show how the light travel through a Bi-convex lens (Magnify glass) ,and show how the lens flips the image through refracting the light from the phone's screen just like our eyes does the light from the world while our brain knows to flip the image back to it’s correct orientation the wall does not. We also use convex lens because it's shape allows it to catch bend and focus more space from inside of the box. Materials 2 boxes ( 2 different size ) Smartphone Magnifying glass black duct tape black paper Scissors Methods STEP 1: T race a hole on the Bigger box. If the inside walls of your box are a bright color, you may want to spray paint them black or tape up some black paper for best image quality. Once your box is ready, trace the outer edge of your lens or magnifying glass onto one sides of the box. STEP 2:
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Cut a hole on the Bigger box Cut out the inside of the circle you just traced.
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