Vision: Seeing the world through different eyes
Physically Natural Sciences

Vision: Seeing the world through different eyes

How long does a handprint remain visible on a tabletop and can thermal imaging cameras really see through walls?
Start 17:00 o'clock
End 00:00 o'clock

At a glance

Max-Planck-Institut für Chemische Physik fester Stoffe (MPI-CPfS)
Seminarraum / Wintergarten
Nöthnitzer Straße 40
01187 Dresden (Dresdner Süden)
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Using radiation beyond our natural senses, the world can be seen through different eyes. From metals to plastics, from glass to wood - explore how temperature distributions change on the surface of materials. Seeing the invisible means understanding new things. Just try it out!

Information on the event format

Experiment Participate and do it yourself Suitable for children

Venue information

English speaking / suitable for international guests Food and drinks available Suitable for children


Nöthnitzer Str.

  • N6 (bus)
  • 85 (bus)
  • N8 (tram)
  • 3 (tram)

Regensburger Straße

  • 85 (bus)