The human eye is one of the most valuable and sensitive sense organs. It enables us to see the wonderful world and colours around us. On closing our eyes, we can identify objects to some extent by their smell, taste, sound they make or by touch. It is, however, impossible to identify colours while closing the eyes. Thus, of all the sense organs, the human eye is the most significant one as it enables us to see the beautiful, colourful world around us.
Understand the inner parts and working of human eye. Learn about different defects:
White light consists of seven colours. The splitting of white light into its constituent colours is called Dispersion of light. Understand why dispersion occurs and why rainbow is formed?
Learn why stars twinkle but planets do not, why the sky appears blue, why sun can be seen 2 minutes before actual sunrise. Understand the phenomenon behind all such effects in the real world.
A SmartTest on The Human eye and the colorful world
Learnhive Lesson on Scattering of Light
Learnhive Lesson on Rainbow Formation
Learnhive Lesson on Prism
Learnhive Lesson on Power of Accommodation of a Human Eye
Learnhive Lesson on Human eye
Learnhive Lesson on Dispersion of Light
Learnhive Lesson on Defects of Vision
Learnhive Lesson on Cause of Dispersion