Science Spectrum, at COSI (Center of Science and Industry))

William Wainwright
1991




Kinetic sculpture

According to the sign on site, this sculpture celebrates Newton's discovery that white light (or sunlight) is made up of a whole range of colors. The diffraction grating on the metal causes the colors to spread out, as they do sometimes on soap bubbles or an oil slick.
 


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