We are working with opticall illusions in classroom. Just a timeline of motion-picture technology, from the earliest hand-drawn experiments to understands what cinema may be.
Optical illusions are pictures that play tricks on your eyes and confuse your brain. They are an enjoyable way of learning about the science of vision as well as a playful reminder that our assumptions about the visual world
can sometimes be deceptive.
Easy materials with recyling objects can be an eco-friendly attitude towards technology and science. Part of our STEAM experiences in classroom.
Janet Val Tribouillier