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a newton disc is invented by lsaac newton it is a disc with rainbow colours when the disc is located it turn into white in this way lsaac
newton demonstrated  that white light is a combination of the seven different colours found in  a rainbow
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A Newton disc, discovered by Isaac Newton, is a disc with segments inrainbow colors. When the disc is rotated, the colors fade to white. Thecolors painted on the wheel are the main colors of the white light, like thosethat are present in the rainbow. When the wheel spins it creates a visualeffect (persistence of vision) that makes your brain believe that they mingleand wheel appears white when in reality it´s multicolored.This is due to the phenomenon called  persistence of vision .Persistence of vision refers to the optical illusion whereby multiple discreteimages blend into a single image in the human mind and believed to be theexplanation for motion perception in cinema and animated films
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The newton disc is a well-known physics experiment with a rotating disc with segments in different colors appearing as white when it spins very fast . This type of mix of light stimuli is called temporal optical mixing, a version of additive averaging mixing.
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The Newton disc also known as Disappearing Colour Disc is a well-known physics experiment with a rotating disc with segments in different colors (usually Newton's primary colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet) appearing as white (or off-white or gray) when it spins very fast.

This type of mix of light stimuli is called temporal optical mixing, a version of additive-averaging mixing.[1] The concept that human visual perception cannot distinguish details of high-speed movements is popularly known as persistence of vision.

The disc is named after Isaac Newton. Although he published a circular diagram with segments for the primary colors that he had discovered, it is uncertain whether he actually ever used a spinning disc to demonstrate the principles of light.

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