The Double-slit experiment “consists of letting light diffract through two slits, which produces fringes or wave-like interference patterns on a screen — interference patterns will result in projected light and dark regions that correspond to where the light waves have constructively (added) and destructively (subtracted) interfered.” Continue reading for the video. (Thanks, David P)

The Double-slit experiment “consists of letting light diffract through two slits, which produces fringes or wave-like interference patterns on a screen — interference patterns will result in projected light and dark regions that correspond to where the light waves have constructively (added) and destructively (subtracted) interfered.” Continue reading for the video. (Thanks, David P)