Physics Practicals Class 10

Study of Human Eye Using a Model

  • Teach science experiments in a gamified way
  • Boost conceptual clarity and knowledge retention
  • Aligned with National Education Policy 2020
  • Helpful in getting NAAC accreditation
  • CBSE, ICSE, and state boards aligned curricula
  • Engaging simulations with easy-to-teach instructions

About Simulation

  • Engage in a virtual environment replicating the anatomy and optical properties of the human eye, allowing users to study image formation and visual processes.
  • Interactively manipulate parameters such as pupil size, lens shape, and retina sensitivity to understand how they influence image formation and perception.
  • Study the effects of varying object distances, sizes, and shapes on image characteristics such as size, clarity, and orientation within the simulated eye model.
  • Experiment with parameters like corneal curvature, lens thickness, and intraocular pressure to observe their impacts on image formation and optical aberrations.

Physics Practical Class

  • Witness the formation of real and virtual images on the retina, discerning the differences and understanding the optical principles governing their creation.
  • Gain insights into fundamental concepts including focal point, focal length, magnification, and image inversion, relating them directly to the functioning of the simulated human eye.
  • Immerse yourself in a virtual laboratory environment, complete with realistic optics equipment and interactive tools for conducting experiments and analyzing results.
  • Encounter simulated real-life scenarios such as viewing objects at varying distances, in different lighting conditions, and with optical corrections, applying knowledge of image formation to practical contexts like vision correction and diagnosis of eye disorders.

Simulation Details

Duration – 30 Minutes
Easily Accessible
Languages – Odia & English
Platforms – Android & Windows


The human eye is a complex sensory organ responsible for detecting and processing visual information from the environment. Its structure and functions closely resemble those of a camera, with each component playing a specific role in the process of vision.

Physics Practical Class

1) Sclera: The outer protective layer of the eye, analogous to the outer casing of a camera, provides structural support and protection to the delicate internal structures.

2) Cornea: A transparent front covering that allows light to enter the eye, similar to the lens of a camera, focusing light onto the retina.

3) Iris: A coloured, ring-like structure behind the cornea, functioning akin to the aperture of a camera, adjusting the pupil size to regulate the amount of light entering the eye.

4) Lens: A transparent structure behind the pupil, resembling the lens of a camera, adjusts its shape to focus light onto the retina, facilitating clear vision.

5) Retina: A light-sensitive layer consisting of nerve cells, acting like the film or sensor of a camera, converting incoming light into electrical signals for transmission to the brain.

Optic Nerve: Transmit electrical signals from the retina to the brain for processing and interpretation, analogous to the data transmission from a camera to a computer or display device.

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