# Geometrical Optics

## L2-27: Infinity Mirror - Portable

Category: L2 Plane Mirrors
Purpose: Illusion with half-silvered mirror.

## L7-42: VIRTUAL IMAGE - MIRROR AND LENS

Purpose: Calculate the position of a virtual image and the verify this by using parallax.

## L7-41: REAL IMAGE - MIRROR AND LENS

Purpose: Determine the location of a real image in a complex lens-mirror system.

## L7-34: SLIDE PROJECTOR - DISSECTED

Purpose: Show how a slide projector works and to view its parts.

## L7-33: OVERHEAD PROJECTOR - DISSECTED

Purpose: Show how an overhead projector works and to view its components.

## L7-32: FIELD LENS

Purpose: Show what a field lens does.

## L7-31: PRINCIPAL PLANES

Purpose: Illustrate principal planes of a compound lens system.

## L7-25: GALILEAN TELESCOPE - TV

Purpose: Illustratre how a Galilean telescope works.

## L7-24: TERRESTRIAL TELESCOPE - TV

Purpose: Illustrate how a terrestrial telescope works.

## L7-23: ASTRONOMICAL TELESCOPE - TV

Purpose: Illustratre how an astronomical telescope works.

## L7-22: MICROSCOPE - TV

Purpose: Illustrate how a microscope works.

## L7-21: MAGNIFYING GLASS - TV

Purpose: Illustratre how a magnifying glass works.

## L7-15: MICROSCOPE

Purpose: Demonstrate how the optics of a microscope produces a magnified image.

## L7-14: OPTICAL BOARD - REFLECTING TELESCOPE

Purpose: Illustrate rays in one type of reflecting telescope.

## L7-13: OPTICAL BOARD - GALILEAN TELESCOPE

Purpose: Model the optics of a Galilean telescope.

## L7-12: OPTICAL BOARD - TELEPHOTO LENS

Purpose: Ilustrate the location of the principal planes in a telephoto lens.

## L7-11: OPTICAL BOARD - ASTRONOMICAL TELESCOPE

Purpose: Model the optics of an astronomical telescope.

## L7-05: VIDEO CAMERA WITH VARIOUS LENSES

Purpose: Demonstrate various lenses for a video camera.

## L7-04: DEPTH OF FIELD AND FIELD OF VIEW

Purpose: Demonstrate depth of field as a function of aperture setting, and to demonstrate field of view as a function of zoom setting on a TV lens.

## L7-03: SHUTTER SPEED OF A CAMERA

Purpose: Measure the shutter speed of a camera.
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• #### L4-01 OPTICAL BOARD - RECTANGULAR SLAB

Demonstrates refraction. Shows displacement of rays in a uniform slab of glass Read More
• #### L4-02 REFRACTION - BEER MUG IN WATER

Illustrates refraction Read More
• #### L4-03 REFRACTION - ROD IN WATER

Demonstrates refraction Read More
• #### L4-04: REFRACTION - CAN IN WATER TANK

Illustrate refraction Read More
• #### L4-05: REFRACTION IN FISH TANK - PORTABLE

Illustrate refraction Read More
• #### L4-06 REFRACTION IN CLOUDY WATER

Demonstrates how a light ray bends when it enters a different medium at an oblique angle Read More
• #### L4-21: SNELL'S LAW - IMAGE DISTORTION

Illustrate a paradox involving Snell's law Read More
• #### L4-22: MIRAGE - LASER AND HOT WIRE

Demonstrates refraction Read More
• #### L4-23 BENDING OF LASER BEAM IN SUGAR SOLUTION

Demonstrates a medium with a continually varying index of refraction Read More
• #### L4-31 DISAPPEARANCE OF GLASS IN LIQUID

Demonstrates how index of refraction affects what we see in a fluid bath Read More
• #### L4-41: MICROWAVES - REFRACTION BY PRISM

Demonstrate refraction of microwaves by a paraffin prism Read More
• #### L4-42: MICROWAVES - INDEX OF REFRACTION

Determine the index of refraction of paraffin for microwaves Read More
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