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  • Children wearing dark sunglasses against a backdrop of the beach. Spanish captions.

    Explores how eyes work and how eyes help us understand the world. Explains how safe behaviors and healthy habits can prevent illness and injury to eyes. Discusses what to expect from an eye examination and other eye tests. Talks about how visually impaired children walk with a white cane and read Braille.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • White birds with long legs stand next to a body of water surrounded by trees. Spanish captions.

    Students will explore the energy relationships between living things. This video investigates the process of living things producing energy, consuming it, and breaking it down. Food chains and food webs visually illustrate these relationships.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Close up view of microscopic organism.  Different colored organs are visible beneath the clear tissue of the body. Caption: Some are asexual, producing eggs that hatch

    For a few weeks each year, vernal pools explode with a diversity of microscopic and small animal life. Visually examines the plethora of living organisms often found in these vibrant, temporary pools.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Fittle Fish

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    3D puzzle of a fish with the word fish written on it in braille.

    Fittle is an accessible learning toolset for visually challenged kids, in the form of a playful puzzle. By feeling braille letters embossed on the word blocks, and then feeling the shape that s/he has fit together, the kid can touch what the object might feel like in real.

    (Source: Thingyverse)

  • Person wearing dark glasses. Caption: The next person we visit is a man whose eye was replaced

    Cyborg technology is a revolutionary development in rehabilitation medicine. It allows the brain and nervous system to manipulate specially engineered devices that help people regain the use of impaired body function. Once a dream of science fiction, this revolutionary technology is now becoming a reality. Demostrates a deep brain stimulation that can help stop the violent shaking of victims of Parkinson's disease. Presents two professors from the State University of New York and Duke University who discuss their cutting-edge research.

    (Source: DCMP)



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