Physical Sciences – Light And Images (1986)

Offers a comprehensive explanation about how light, a form of energy, interacts with objects in the environment to create images. It delves into the behaviors of light, such as how it behaves like a wave when transmitted through transparent mediums like air, and like particles when absorbed by opaque substances. The video further explains how images are created through light interactions, including processes such as absorption, reflection, and refraction, and how these light interactions are translated into images within a camera or the human eye.

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