15 October 2012 Looking at light through a pinhole
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By learning about the principles of optics, Connecticut high school students will be able to produce high quality photographs using pinhole cameras. In this project, a class of photography students has partnered with a class of physics students to learn about optics, build pinhole cameras, use commercially available pinhole cameras and produce quality photographs. In this paper, the results of this student partnership under the guidance of the Laser and Fiber Optic Technology program at Three Rivers Community College and EASTCONN, a regional education service center will be explained.
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Nancy Magnani, Nancy Magnani, Karen Neville, Karen Neville, Matthew Donnelly, Matthew Donnelly, } "Looking at light through a pinhole", Proc. SPIE 8481, Optics Education and Outreach II, 84810V (15 October 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.929250; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.929250
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