Camera Obscura

This “mother of all Cameras” has been around for a while.
First described 400 B.C. by Mozi, a Chinese philosopher,
it is rumored that great painters like Johannes Vermeer
made use of a life-size system featuring the optical principle.
It would explain how they managed some of the
incredible realistic and complicated perspective problems
without being a mathematical prodigy.
In  this workshop pupils experiment with optics,
play with lenses and paper and capture the result with their camera.

Playing with light
Spinning car