So close, yet so far away.

Investigate how light and color interact by aligning cyan, magenta, yellow, and black transparencies.

See how images appear in a curved mirror.

With polarized light, you can make a stained glass window without glass.

When you view short bursts of moving images, you see some interesting effects.

Stain your clothes on purpose.

Explore light and color from a hole new angle.

By cutting two “lips” into the flattened end of a soda straw and blowing with just the right pressure, you can make sounds resonate in the straw.

Rub a balloon on your head, then watch a soda can race across the floor or a table. As you observe the interplay between electrons and protons, you’ll also discover why clothes cling together in a dryer.

Create your own personal sound system with a coat hanger and a string, producing musical sounds that only you can hear

Experiment with cardboard tubes of different lengths to see how far you can blow a marshmallow.

Trace your shadow, then watch it change. Go outside and trace an outline of your shadow. Wait a while, try again, and watch how your shadow changes over time.