Understand Science

How do we see objects in 3D?

How do images form in a camera?

Use these kits to understand the science behind it all!

Product List
3D
Make Anaglyph glasses and learn all about 3D! The Kit contains a DVD with 2 GB+ of VIDEO CLIPS and IMAGES, All in 3D!
CAMERAS
Two cameras for you to make: a pinhole camera and a lens camera. Understand how images are formed in an actual camera!
CHEMICAL BONDS
Learn chemical formulae, names of ionic compounds and how to balance reactions. The kit includes cards for all the common Ions and Radicals.
FUN PACK
A kit that contains 12 activities for you to perform. Puzzles to try on your friends, toys to make and play with, guaranteed hours of fun and learning!
GALILEAN TELESCOPES
Just over 400 years ago, Galileo revolutionised Astronomy by making his own telescope and looking at the skies! Recreate the excitement of that moment by making your own telescopes, using lenses similar to the ones Galileo used! Use the telescope you make to look both at a distant building and the sky!
ILLUSIONS
Illusions are fun to look at, but they are also used by scientists to understand how our brains work. Kit contains DVD With hundreds of optical and Auditory Illusions!
MIRRORS
Mirrors are used everyday in so many ways, but do you know how and where an image is formed in a plane mirror? What is lateral inversion? What happens if you have a curved mirror? What happens if you have multiple mirrors? Experiment with plain and flexible mirrors, solve fascinating puzzles related to reflection.
POLARIZATION
One of the most fascinating and advanced properties of light is polarization, something that is used in Polaroid glasses and in 3d movies. Understand this phenomenon by doing experiments with polarizers and analyzers.
ROTATION
Strange things happen when an object is rotated: black dots become coloured, sometimes they appear stationery, objects fly away from the axis of rotation! Explore these phenomena with our rotation kit.
SPECTROSCOPES
How do we know that the Sun has Hydrogen and Helium in it? Has someone gone to the Sun and found out? Make our spectroscopes and find out exactly how scientists find out!
SUNDIALS
The first clocks in the world were sundials, that used the movement of the Sun in the sky to tell the time. Today there are hundreds of different sundial designs, some easy to make, some difficult, all fascinating for what they tell us about our star! This kit shows you how to make 5 such sundials, ranging from the simplest to complex!
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