A loupe, also known as a magnifying glass, is a tool used to magnify items that are small and difficult to view with the naked eye. Children will find a loupe fascinating because it allows them to distinguish between genuine objects seen with the naked eye and those seen through a loupe, which will appear larger than the real object.
The camera is one technology that has a loupe as one of its components. Users can zoom in or zoom out to make objects appear sharper when photographing subjects that are far away. Its function is comparable to that of binoculars. Can loops only be manufactured with high technology if they are employed in complex equipment? No, that is not the case. Loupe can be created by taking into account the loop’s attributes. The only way to get it is to try this experiment!
Tools and Materials of Simple Experiments – Artificial Loupe
- Big plastic
- Small plastic
Step of Simple Experiments – Artificial Loupe
1. Prepare tools and materials of simple experiments – artificial loupe
2. Fill a small plastic bag with water
3. Tie a small plastic bag that filled with water
4. Put it on a book that has writing
5. Compare the original writing with the writing we see from plastic
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 using a big plastic
7. Compare the results
Explanation of Simple Experiments – Artificial Loupe
The loupe has the qualities of being virtual, upright, and magnified. The lens used in the loupe is a convex lens. This lens is used in the same way that water is placed over clear plastic and then knotted, resulting in a convex lens. Because of its convex structure, plastic filled with water can operate as a lens, magnifying and clarifying small objects. This occurs when light refracted on water in plastic propagates from a less dense substance (air) to a more dense one (plastic) (water in plastic).
Because of this refraction, the size of the letters appears to be different. The writing that appears to be real will appear smaller than the writing observed with water in a small plastic container. When compared to the lettering shown on refraction with water in big plastic, the writing on little plastic will appear smaller. This demonstrates that the larger the plastic, the greater the refraction of light, making the lettering appear larger than the smaller plastic.