Node: Visualizations are constrained by the physical world
The physical world we live in constraints the properties objects in the broadest sense. Also interactions between objects are constraint by the laws of nature. For example, light of different color behaves differently when it transitions from one medium to another, which can be observed using a glass prism.
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