Light & Wave Simulation

RGB Color combination (with Webcam)

RGB Color combination

Three primary colors of light Red, green, and blue are called the three primary colors of light. You can create any color by adjusting the light of these three colors appropriately. red…
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RGB Decomposer (with Webcam)

RGB Decomposer (with Webcam)

Fullscreen The image captured on the camera is divided into three primary colors of light. Notice & Information The following web browsers are currently supported: Windows: Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome Android: Microsoft…
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CMYK Decomposer (with Webcam)

CMYK Decomposer (with Webcam)

Fullscreen The image on the camera is divided into 4 color colors for printing. Notice & Information The following web browsers are currently supported: Windows: Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome Android: Microsoft Edge,…
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Convex Lens & Concave Lens Simulation

Convex Lens & Concave Lens

Real image and virtual image Looking at an object, we feel there is an object in it. By the way, if you feel that there is something, we say there is an…
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Convex Mirror & Concave Mirror Simulation

Convex Mirror & Concave Mirror

Real image and virtual image Looking at an object, we feel there is an object in it. By the way, if you feel that there is something, we say there is an…
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Multiple Reflections (Two-faced mirrors)

Multiple Reflections

What is Image? Our eyes are designed to sense where the light started. Even if the light did not actually start there, our eyes say there is an ‘image’. There are a…
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Young's Double Slit Simulation

Young’s Double Slit

The spacing and position of the slits can be adjusted. Young’s Double Slit experiment is a phenomenon in which light passing through two slits creates a specific pattern. Each slit acts as…
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Superposition Simulation

Superposition

Superposition occurs when two or more waves pass through each other. When two or more waves superimpose, the amplitudes are added together. it creates constructive interference or destructive interference.

Three Primary Colors

Three Primary Colors

Three Primary Colors of Light Red, green, and blue are called the three primary colors of light. By combining the three colors of light properly, you can create any color. Red +…
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