How does our brain see the world in three dimensions? Does it matter how our eyes are arranged in our heads? Watch your students become scientists as they dig into these fascinating questions.
Accompanying videos can be used as you see fit: as background for yourself or as an introduction or review for the students. Check the link below to watch the video and judge for yourself.
• 3D Vision
To see the accompanying videos, click here:
Seeing in 3D--Investigating Binocular Vision
These experiments are part of a complete unit, titled, Light, Optics, & Color and can be seen here:
Complete Light Unit on TpT
To see companion curricular pieces click here:
TpT Store Light & Color Category
Extensive teacher notes address the many questions that come up. You shouldn’t have to do outside research on this topic unless you want to. Specific charts and graphic organizers have keys.
This lab experiment will about 15–20 minutes.