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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Research principles of color perception by experimenting with various combinations of colored lights. [E]
Explore how peripheral vision is influenced by the objects' shape and color. [E]
How are Teardrops Formed? [P]
Everything you could ever want to know about the eye [P]
A few taste experiments - the functions of the nose, tongue, saliva, vision. [E]
Investigate Optical Illusions. [P]
The Effect of Light Intensity on Visual Acuity in Sixth Graders [P]
Measure the Peripheral Vision [E]
Explore how your pupil changes size to control how much light enters your eye. [E]
Explore how your eye and brain hold on to a series of images to form a single complete picture. [E]
How does one’s handedness affect foot, eye, and ear preference? [P]
How Focus Affects Blinking [E]
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Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Determine which car color is best seen in fog. [E]
Discover the Science Behind Afterimages. [E]
Measure the adjustment time of the human eye when coming from sunlight to a dark room compared to the adjustment time when coming from artificial lighting to a dark room [E]
Will girls perceive optical illusions with a higher percentage of accuracy than the boys? [E]
Determine if the color of your eyes affects your vision? [P]
The Effect of Pupil Dilation on Peripheral Vision [E]
Determine if visual acuity with and without corrective lenses affects the perception of hidden 3-D images. [E]
The Impact of Light Intensity and Color on Visual Acuity [E]
Determine whether the dominant or recessive eye is better in depth perception. [E]
How individuals differ in their ability to detect delays between visual and auditory input? [E]
Find out how isolated eyes process information. [E]
Research and Demonstrate the Blind Spot. [E] [E] [E]
Research and Demonstrate Color-Blindness [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [P]
Do boys have a natural advantage to perceive the depth of an object? [P]
How does eye color affect peripheral vision? [E]
Determine if the color of a person's eye affects the vision in light and darkness. [E]
The effects of eye color, skin color, and age on the retinal glare recovery test. [E]
The Human Eye (how we see) [P]
Is there a relationship between light intensity and the ability to recall images?
Ears and Hearing Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Taste and Smell Science Fair Projects & Experiments
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Investigate Emmert's law, which is the basis for the full moon illusion. [E]
Test the chromatic adaptibility of human eye using test pictures involving light and color. [E]
Determine if age affects the size of the human blind spot. [E]
Determine if all three different types of cone cells (green, blue, and red light-sensitive pigment cells) on the human retina fatigue at the same rate. [E]
Discover if the pigment of the eye has any effect of pupil size.
Ears and Hearing Science Fair Projects & Experiments
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