Human Eye Working Model

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Original price was: 2,999.00₹.Current price is: 1,500.00₹.

The Human Eye Working Model replicates the anatomy and function of the human eye, providing an interactive educational experience. It features movable parts and accurate detailing, facilitating a deeper understanding of vision concepts.

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Explore the wonders of human vision with our Human Eye Working Model, an educational tool designed to illustrate the intricate workings of the eye. This model replicates the structure and functions of the human eye, providing a hands-on learning experience for students and enthusiasts alike.


  • Realistic Design: The model accurately depicts the anatomy of the human eye, including the cornea, iris, lens, retina, and optic nerve.
  • Interactive Components: Various parts of the model are movable, allowing users to observe how changes in the eye’s structure affect vision.
  • Educational Resource: Ideal for classroom demonstrations, science fairs, and home study, providing a visual aid for understanding the complexities of vision.
  • Durable Construction: Made from high-quality materials, ensuring durability and longevity for repeated use.
  • Easy Assembly: Simple to assemble and disassemble, making it convenient for transportation and storage.


  1. The cornea and lens refract incoming light rays, focusing them onto the retina at the back of the eye.
  2. The retina contains photoreceptor cells called rods and cones, which convert light into electrical signals.
  3. These signals are transmitted through the optic nerve to the brain, where they are interpreted as visual information.
  4. By manipulating the movable parts of the model, users can observe how changes in the shape of the lens or pupil affect the clarity and focus of the projected image.
  5. The model serves as a visual representation of the eye’s function, helping users understand concepts such as accommodation, depth perception, and visual acuity.


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