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I Spy with My Bionic Eye

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Conclusion

You now know a lot about light, and how eyes and cameras capture light rays and form an image of the world. You will also have gained an overview of how bionic eye implants work.

Your task is to combine this knowledge in the form of a leaflet describing how people see, and how bionic eye implants can improve the vision of people with sight defects. You may decide to produce a model of the system to support your explanation.

Some things to include are:

  • A description of the properties of light.
  • A description of convex lenses and an explanation of what they do.
  • A diagram showing the human eye together with a description of how it works.
  • A summary of how a camera works.
  • A description of the different parts of bionic eye implants, and how they can improve sight in some people.


Use your ACE Level Ladder to help you plan and undertake your task. Click here to download a PDF copy of the ACE Level Ladder.

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