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  1. How I perceive things through different objects By Demetrius Georgiou 2013

  2. Window • I can see the outside world through a window • Protects from elements • Can’t see much through them • It is made out of glass which is made out of sand • It is also made out of wood • They frame our experiences in the way that we can see things without experiencing the weather of them. • The shape of the window does not matter only the size which reveals more or less of the outside world.

  3. Rose Glasses • You can see people in a positive perspective and only focus on the good things. • Your perception of people would be influenced in the way that you would only see the good in them. • You would see the negatives in people if you removed your rose coloured glasses.

  4. Microscope • You can see very small things such as: • Microscopic Insects • Bacteria • Cells • You can not see large objects like balls and clothes only the things they are made of. • Scientists are the primary users of this window into the world.

  5. Telescope • You can see things that are very far away such as: • Planets • Stars • Dwarf planets • Nebulae • Star Clusters • Galaxies

  6. Sunglasses • Sunglasses shade light when it is too bright for our eyes. • You can see distorted colours of the world you would see when looking through the naked eye. • Objects do not appear larger or smaller through this window.

  7. Binoculars • Binoculars allow us to see objects that are very far away. • It helps in situations when we look at things that are high up and we can’t get to such as birds in a tree or a mountain top. • Tour guides for safaris or zoo’s and bird watchers would use this window the m’ost