Bird’s Vision, 2015
The State Darwin Museum, Moscow
The exhibit shows principles of the bird’s eye focusing. Sharpness of bird’s vision depends on a shape of a lens in an eye. A Bird can change a shape of a lens and the exhibit simulates several states of a curvature. There are four lenses with a different curvature that are the equivalents to some shapes of bird’s lens: +2,0; +4,0; +4,50; +6,0. Each lens has a specific focus.
Engineers: Boris Bazulev, Igor Yakunkin.