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I Spy with My Bionic Eye

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I Spy with my Bionic Eye

Introduction

The study of light has long fascinated scientists. Sir Isaac Newton, perhaps Britain’s greatest-ever scientist, spent many years of his life experimenting with light, trying to establish exactly what is was and how it behaves. He wrote in the early 1700’s, “Are not the Rays of Light very small Bodies emitted from shining Substances?”

Process

This WebQuest is designed to teach about light, and how eyes and cameras work. You will also find out about recent developments with bionic eye implants. When you have finished the WebQuest your teacher will ask you to produce a leaflet explaining how ‘bionic eye implants’ work. You may also decide to make a model of the new technology.

Click here to download a PDF copy of the WebQuest research template. Print it out and record your findings and ideas.

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