HoloCenter Field Trips and Holography in School

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Students learn about light and holograms at the HoloCenter and through our Holography in School program.

Field trips involve a tour of the exhibitions and a hologram making demonstration. Classes are broken up into groups and cycle through 2 or 3 activities.

For students to each make a hologram, groups of less than 10 students and additional time is required.

Other workshops that we offer include:  understanding light and color, drawing in augmented reality, making kaleidoscopes, polarized light sculptures and making a spectroscopes.

We can accommodate groups for a single session or a multi-day program. Field trips can run 45 – 120 minutes depending on student age group and the level of learning you are looking for.

Holography in School workshops offered throughout the year.

Please contact info@holocenter.org to arrange your program.

More student opportunities:

SPIE Hands-on-Optics β€“ activity guides
Photon Camp β€“The Institute of Optics at university of Rochester, for high school juniors and seniors

This program was established by education grants from SPIE – the international society for optics and photonics. We are looking for further sponsorship to expand the program and enable us to offer free education opportunities for students.