The Amazing Oil Drop Light Meter

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In this video I show you the world’s simplest light meter made form a drop of oil on a piece of paper. I show you how you can use this as a tool to determine the relative brightness or luminosity of two lights in a room. This trick is so easy to do, but so powerful!

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