Explore the surprising side of color with Color Uncovered, an interactive book that features fascinating illusions, articles, and videos developed by the Exploratorium.
How is Monet like a honeybee? What color is a whisper? Why is it so hard to find your car in a lamp-lit parking lot?
Color Uncovered features a wide spectrum of cool color-related topics to explore. Learn why friends shouldn’t let men buy bananas. Try your own color experiments on the iPad using simple items you have at home: a CD case, a drop of water, and a piece of paper. Discover how the iPad and other devices create color. Find out what causes afterimages—and more.
Color Uncovered was created at the Exploratorium, the mothership for people with major cases of curiosity. Visit us online at www.exploratorium.edu or in person in San Francisco, California.
An eBook app that teaches a lot on color
The topics covered in the eBook ranges from art-related ones to science-related ones. All content are rich and educating.
Teachers could get some inspiration when teaching the topics. On the other hand, students could read the book by themselves and learn a lot of interesting theories.
The book is very engaging, there are plenty of illusions and videos to make the science facts more fun. It also provides instructions on experiments that simply use common household items and make the learning more interactive.
Tips for using the product
There are more expriments about color on the website of the publisher, Exploratorium.