Enter a dark room with the exhibit’s slits facing the outdoors. Through the slit you can see the “outside world” view – all turned upside down and right to left; in essence, this devise, first invented nearly 2,500 years ago, imitates the function of the human eye and the workings of a basic camera.
Scientific Principle: Function of the human eye, ancestor of the first camera
Needed Infrastructure: Total darkness
Size in mm: height: 550
depth / length: 450