How The Eye Functions (1941)

20 Mar
Director  Karl Kurt Bosse
Producer  Knowledge Builders Films
Contributors  Supervision of McRory Studios
Length  12 minutes
B&W/Color  Black and White
UO Library Catalog description:  Illustrates the functions of the various parts of the eye and explains focal adjustment. Includes animated drawings.
Call #  FILM Ma2
Genre  Instructional
Rare  Yes
Online   Yes
Copyright status  Public Domain
Physical condition  Fair
Oregon-related  No

Notes:

A classroom film from the 1940’s, How The Eye Functions is a short, partially animated feature that explores the intricacies of the human eye, including the machinations of the cornea, iris, retina, and tear ducts. It explains concepts such as focal adjustment and eye rotation. The film features sound and music, opening with an overture of “The Blue Danube.”

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