Prismatic Dispersion: a Spectral Simulation!

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(TIR). The output is amazing and beyond expectations. Have a look and enjoy the rainbow view of white light.

A template developed for educational purpose; however, much can be built over it. Have Fun!

White light looks white simply because it contains every hue in the visible spectrum. Light dispersion is the breaking of white light into its constituent colours because of the surface’s refractive index and the wavelength of the light. (Cauchy's Relation)

This simulations is a learning activity and is developed with STEM theme. STEM Times is an active learning series of Kid’s Games being developed by us on STEM educational theme at www.games4studies.com

Everything is created at run time. It is coded and updated by Saksham Nanda. (Full stack developer, Australia). if you want your own custom themed GAME/simulation, contact us.

Please report for any bug/error so that it may be fixed.

Instructions:
Created for science students, others also welcome! Explore and have fun!


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