- "Seeing” Infrared Light - A Classroom Demonstration (8th grades through college)
A classroom demonstration to ‘see' infrared light, normally invisible to the human eye, as a continuation of the visible rainbow spectrum
- Image Processing in the Classroom (grades 5 and up)
This Web site describes image processing experiments, discussing grayscale ("black and white") images in the first lab and progressing to color images in later labs.
- ALTA Reflectance Spectrometer (8th grades and up)
A rugged, simple classroom instrument, designed to help students learn about light, color, and spectroscopy. Using the spectrometer, students can easily and rapidly collect data on the proportions of colored light (including infrared) that reflect from real-world objects.