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How a liquid lens works [Video]
posted February 28 2012 6:19.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis

A very interesting video from Ben Krasnow. He demonstrates how liquid lenses work. I really like watching videos which proves not only that there is nothing magic out there, but also that things may look complicated, yet they are usually based on simple facts...

[Link: Ben Krasnow]
Tags: physics   inventions   science   discovery   

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