Can we really see the world through the eyes of insects?
Scientists are not yet able to fully understand how insects view and process information, but these simulated compound "I" Glasses might provide some clues.
Put them on and start looking at the world the way a bug might (if the bug had a human brain that is). Try to perform simple activities like walking or watching television while wearing them to test your reflexes, challenge your peripheral vision and learn why insects would rather eat books than read them.
Developed by a working biology teacher.