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Light refraction

Refraction. Computer artwork of white light being refracted as it passes through an equilateral triangular prism. Light changes direction, or is refracted, when it meets a different transparent medium such as a prism. An equilateral triangular prism disperses the white light into its component colours, producing the colour spectrum

Science Photo Library features Science and Medical images including photos and illustrations

Media ID 6284141

© DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Beam Colour Colours Dispersion Light Optics Prism Refracting Refraction Spectrum Speed Of Light White Light Computer Artwork Disperses


20"x16" (51x41cm) Canvas Print

"Experience the beauty of science with our Media Storehouse Canvas Prints. This stunning artwork showcases the fascinating phenomenon of light refraction, as depicted in the captivating image "Refraction" from Science Photo Library. Each print is expertly crafted on high-quality canvas, bringing the intricate details of this computer-generated illustration to life. Delight in the way light bends as it passes through an equilateral triangular prism, changing direction and creating a breathtaking display of color. Add this mesmerizing piece to your home or office decor and ignite a sense of wonder and curiosity in all who see it."

Delivered stretched and ready to hang our premium quality canvas prints are made from a polyester/cotton blend canvas and stretched over a 1.25" (32mm) kiln dried knot free wood stretcher bar. Packaged in a plastic bag and secured to a cardboard insert for safe transit.

Canvas Prints add colour, depth and texture to any space. Professionally Stretched Canvas over a hidden Wooden Box Frame and Ready to Hang

Estimated Product Size is 40.6cm x 50.8cm (16" x 20")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print from Science Photo Library showcases the mesmerizing phenomenon of light refraction. In this computer artwork, we witness the enchanting transformation of white light as it passes through an equilateral triangular prism. As the light encounters this transparent medium, its direction is altered, creating a stunning display of refracted beams. The prism acts as a catalyst for change, dispersing the white light into its magnificent component colors and unveiling the vibrant color spectrum. This awe-inspiring illustration beautifully captures how physics and optics intertwine to produce such a breathtaking visual spectacle. Through meticulous attention to detail in their computer artwork, Science Photo Library brings forth an image that not only educates but also captivates viewers with its sheer beauty. The play between light and prism serves as a reminder of nature's ability to surprise us with its intricate mechanisms. As we delve deeper into understanding the science behind refraction and dispersion, this image becomes more than just art; it becomes a gateway to exploring concepts like optical benches and the speed of light. It invites us to marvel at both the simplicity and complexity found within our natural world. Science Photo Library once again demonstrates their expertise in capturing scientific wonders through visually striking images that ignite curiosity while celebrating nature's inherent magnificence.

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