Monthly Archives: October 2003

  • Haunted Laboratory: Halloween Physics

    Posted on October 1, 2003 by Chris Chiaverina

    As strange as it may seem, science and Halloween do have something in common: they both exemplify our innate fascination with the mysterious. The concept of a haunted science lab was conceived of over twenty years ago by Creighton University physics professor Tom Zepf. It began as a collection of activities in Light, Color and Lasers, a core-curriculum course he was teaching at Creighton. Gradually the annual Halloween event evolved into laboratory-based experience consisting of over three dozen displays demonstrating a wide range of physical principles, all of which invite interaction.

    This post was posted in CoolStuff Newsletters, Light & Color, Optics, Illusions and was tagged with haunted laboratory, halloween, Anamorphic

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