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Optics functions in life

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Physics7
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Dec1-12, 03:56 PM
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Hi,
could you please introduce me anythings thats related to optics items function in life?
books,magazins,movies anything...
even good pictures for understanding...(I mean for example you tell me type this ''''' in google and find those pictures for example)
if no books or ect, but you have information yourself and you'r sure about your knowledge tell me those things that you know...
I want wonderful things about it,intersting functions o even a meaningful exmple for better understanding.
thank you
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jhosamelly
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Dec1-12, 04:59 PM
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Well.. There are so many. i'm not sure I'm getting what you want here but you can look for some basic examples/applications of optics like kaleidoscope, telescope, microscope.. Etc...

There are also some interesting experiments like the double-slit experiment.

Studying about the true nature of light is also interesting.
Drakkith
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Dec2-12, 05:30 PM
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Could you be a little more specific with that kind of information you want? If you want a broad overview on Optics, just go to wikipedia, type in Optics, and browse to your hearts content.

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Dec2-12, 10:50 PM
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Optics functions in life

I bet this is for some school project. :)
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Dec3-12, 05:01 AM
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Quote Quote by jhosamelly View Post
Well.. There are so many. i'm not sure I'm getting what you want here but you can look for some basic examples/applications of optics like kaleidoscope, telescope, microscope.. Etc...

thank you,i think it would be good but not enough if you could tell me s.th more than these because they are ordinary things that everbody knows about that.

There are also some interesting experiments like the double-slit experiment.

it would be great

Studying about the true nature of light is also interesting.
yes of course...

very good and usefull thanks alot
Quote Quote by Drakkith View Post
Could you be a little more specific with that kind of information you want? If you want a broad overview on Optics, just go to wikipedia, type in Optics, and browse to your hearts content.
I want 2 things
first functions but not the ordinary...
and if not some high and rare things about the optics lessons....
s.th that most of the people doesnt know about it
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I bet this is for some school project. :)
no my dear friend I'm in the third course of university !!!
and searching for a good subject to search for
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Dec3-12, 05:19 AM
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I want 2 things
first functions but not the ordinary...
and if not some high and rare things about the optics lessons....
s.th that most of the people doesnt know about it
Umm...what?
Physics7
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Dec3-12, 11:36 AM
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Quote Quote by Drakkith View Post
Umm...what?

I'm asking you...
I dont want the high school subjects and lessons or even simple lessons of university,I want a subject wich is somehow complex and isnot known by everybody.
to tell you simply I want a subject which is intresting by everybody because they havent seen it before and doesnt have information about it.
I wish that I could tell you what I mean.
I'm really sorry because my english is not very good!
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Dec3-12, 03:23 PM
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How about this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_tweezers
Physics7
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Dec3-12, 04:02 PM
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Quote Quote by Drakkith View Post
its really great...
thank you
Bobbywhy
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Dec3-12, 11:24 PM
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http://www.sciencenews.org/view/gene..._quantum_world

Long list of many different optics discoveries:
http://www.ivanhoe.com/science/by_subject/optics.html

Cheers,
Bobbywhy
Physics7
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Dec4-12, 02:15 AM
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very nice thanks alot


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