Art and science meet in a tube of mirrors.

Viscous liquids create a mesmerizing light display.

Make dendritic diversions and bodacious branches.

A pinhole camera you can really get into.

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.