|Title:||An Optics of Visual Experience|
|Categories:||Physics, Science, Elementary School, Middle School, High School|
Stephen Edelglass, Georg Maier, Hans Gebert, John Davy
|Number of pages:||222|
An Optics of Visual Experience
Physical optics has increasingly removed itself from immediate visual experience, focusing instead on abstract explanatory theories and the measurements of sophisticated instruments. It is fair to say that sensory experience has become the stepchild of our modern scientific world view.
However, failure to actively engage the phenomena leaves us with an impoverished relationship with the world around us. Acutely aware of the importance of sensory experience for deepening and enlivening our scientific understanding of nature, Georg Maier devoted much of his career as a physicist to studying the visual world. In this groundbreaking book, he guides us toward an experiential understanding of visual phenomena.
This book is full of observations and experiments!
Available in print from Steiner Books