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Holographic Diffraction Grating Glasses
Would you like to see light in a new, colorful way? Try these holographic diffraction grating glasses from Rainbow Symphony. Available in different colors, the frames are made of durable cardstock that helps them stay in shape for multiple viewing sessions, but the unique lenses are where the real magic lies. Slip them on to see rays of light in distinctive patterns that pop with color.
See Any Light Source in a Whole New Light
The diffraction grating lenses feature a double axis holographic pattern that separates the components from any light source source into stunning patterns of vibrant light that is invisible to the naked eye. Use the glasses to reveal a captivating array of brilliant hues, while watching watching concerts, fireworks shows, or just having fun looking at the interior lighting of your home. Regardless of the light source you view, you’ll see its components in a whole new light.
Get Glasses for Group Viewing Experiences
Our holographic diffraction grating glasses are available in bulk, starting at 25 units per order. Whether you need a small quantity for a group study and analysis of diffracted light, or you need thousands of pairs for an event where participants casually enjoy brilliant lighting effects, you can get what you need for a bargain price at Rainbow Symphony. Start seeing light in a new way today!
I ordered diffraction glasses for a professional development workshop and l was blown away by the customer service. I called to make the order and the representatives were so kind and helpful. The product arrived very quickly and we are loving the glasses! We will definitely continue to purchase here.
arrived quick , good customer service
Best prices, best quality. I'm on a budget so I cut the glasses in half -- each kid gets only one side to view through-- and the quality tagboard the lenses are mounted in hold up perfectly. The diffraction grating on these is great for elementary and middle school science students to ooh and ahh at the "rainbow" and observe the differences in the spectra from different light sources. We use these when studying both color and astronomy. I've put in my order from Rainbow Symphony each year for the last 15 years and have never had a problem.