with your eyes.
A sheet of paper simply isn't shiny or smooth enough. It may seem quite smooth, but actually the particles are quite rougher than the particles of a mirror, for example. Obviously, it isn't a very shiny material.
An Image is formed only when there is parallel reflection of light rays that falls on the surface..... Like in Mirror, the surface is plane, while in case of Paper, the surface is irregular or zic zag and hence the reflected rays are not parallel to each other and so no image is formed.
As light gets reflected back we are able to see our own image in the plane mirror
you can see a image on a mirror because energy bounce off
because lol Depending on the light you can see an image in a pane of glass, but faint. A mirror has 'silvering' on one side of the glass, this is to increase the light reflected which improves the image you can see. A very simple experiment is to use a piece of cooking foil on the back of a piece of glass. Try it and see.
as such u r eye can see only a reflected image when there is no cover at the back side of the mirror(plane mirror). the light or the image will pass through it and doesnot reflect . hence u cant see the picture. thank u for u r wonderful question
You see it when your image strikes light and the light bounces off you then off the mirror to your eyes.
because you cant see through it, The image is reflected
All that should be needed is a light source and an object/person/etc. to be reflected. And, of course, a mirror. And functioning eyes to see the reflected image. And a brain willing to accept what is being seen.
The image is reflected from a reflective object, in this case [your mirror], as a Book is not a mirror, it is not reflected.
You can see a reflected if you look at a convex mirror, but it cannot project a real image.
Since the coating is on the back the reflected image would be distorted.
The image will be reflected left to right. This is why most of us don't like our picture taken, because we look weird to ourselves because we have our left and right halves of our faces reversed. The image you see in a mirror is the opposite of what other people see of you. That image is not reflected left to right.
On a sheet of clear glass, you may see a very faint image from the top plane and another very faint image from the bottom plane. The majority of the light will pass through the glass. On a mirror, you will see a throughly strong image from the bottom plane. The very faint image reflected from the top plane is still present, but it is washed out by the image from the bottom plane.
If the paper is truly see-through, then it is transparent. If you can see light through it, but not a clear image, then it is translucent.
The smoother the reflecting surface the less the micro-distortion of the reflected image.
Among the light rays falling on the window, some get reflected and others get refracted. If some of the reflected rays reach your eyes, you would be able to see the image. But a dark wall would absorb all rays.
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One possibility is that it was put on the paper with lemon juice. You would have to put the paper near a flame (not to the point of igniting it) in order to bring out the image.
The rays of light from the object are reflected off rough surfaces in "random" directions and so do not form a coherent image.
Image TransferAll Electrostatic Copiers work under the premis that a charge of electricity is placed on an Image Drum which has the ability to retain the electric charge much like a capacitor holds it's charge but with the ability to hold or release the charge depending on how much light and darkness is applied to the Image Drum. on analog copiers the light and darkness is reflected from the mirrors on the scan area and brought down to the drum surface creating the image that was reflected from the paper that is being scanned. On digital copiers the Image is processed (much like a desktop scanner) by processing the reflected image and converting the image into dots(DPI) then a laser will shoot a light laser image corresponding to the paper that is being scanned onto the Image drum. Image Creation Now that the Image Drum has been hit with light either from the laser or the reflecting light, it will have various charges on its surface (exacting the Image of the scanned original paper) this is called an elecrtostatic latent Image (ESLI) The Image Drum with the ESLI will now be turned till it reaches the developing unit (where toner and developer are mixed to charge the toner (yes toner has the ability to magnetize after mixed with the developer powder) Now, where the drum meets the developer roller is the magical part. Now that the toner is charged with magnetism it will adhire to the Image drum (where the dark electrostatic parts from the Paper Image came down on the Drum) making all the dark parts pull in the toner to the drum and all the light parts do not allow toner to contact the Image Drum, now this Image drum has an image with toner on it (wanna test this ? Stop a copy in the middle of copying, open the copier and pull out the drum, you will see toner on the drum with parts of the image from the original paper ) After the Image on the drum is full of toner It will be turned where the Transfer part is executed Image transferEver put metal fragments on a paper then put a magnet below the paper ? the fragments are attracted to the magnet. This is how the transfer process is done. the drum is turning with the image of toner on it the a paper is positioned below the drum and sinchronized at the same speed with the Image drum, at the point where the paper and the drum meet a high voltage is applied in order to attract the toner off the Image drum and on to the paper, now the paper is full of toner looking like the Image original paper that was scanned. Final sequence now that the Toner is on the paper (looking just like the original) two rollers with heat at about 200 Digrees F press the toner on to the paper making it permanently fused on the paper.
It can damage your eyes. Don't try it. If you use glasses, let them be very dark glasses.Looking into a telescope is even more dangerous for your eyes. However, you can project the image from a telescope (without looking into it, of course) onto a sheet of paper. This gives you a good image of the Sun.It can damage your eyes. Don't try it. If you use glasses, let them be very dark glasses.Looking into a telescope is even more dangerous for your eyes. However, you can project the image from a telescope (without looking into it, of course) onto a sheet of paper. This gives you a good image of the Sun.It can damage your eyes. Don't try it. If you use glasses, let them be very dark glasses.Looking into a telescope is even more dangerous for your eyes. However, you can project the image from a telescope (without looking into it, of course) onto a sheet of paper. This gives you a good image of the Sun.It can damage your eyes. Don't try it. If you use glasses, let them be very dark glasses.Looking into a telescope is even more dangerous for your eyes. However, you can project the image from a telescope (without looking into it, of course) onto a sheet of paper. This gives you a good image of the Sun.
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Because of surface stuctural irregularity of the the paper. Light photons that comes in contact wih the irregular surface will either be absorbed (light rays are trapped, can't escape/blocked) or reflected in random directions. In other words, the irregular reflections cannot form an image or produced a badly distorted image. That explains why when you look into some paper (e.g. decorative papers) you can only see the mirror image produce will be just an ambiguos vague shape of, e.g. your face.