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Published on Mar 25, 2015
http://www.domino-tim.de - One more time, my way went back to my former grammar school, Dientzenhofer-Gymnasium Bamberg, to prepare another biological topic with more than 6,000 dominoes: the human visual system.
Anually, Dientzenhofer-Gymnasium organises an information evening for potential new pupils. This is already my fourth domino project on such an evening. It took 10 hours to set everything up and the toppling time was 28 seconds.
Light rays pass an object and enter an eye through the lens. The image is projected on the retina. The information is forwarded through the optic nerve to the brain where it is processed by the optical center. In the end, the viewer perceives the tree (illustrated by a chemical reaction).
Take a look at the projects from former information evenings at Dientzenhofer-Gymnasium (DG):