Definitions for "Real image"
An image created by a mirror or lens in such a way that light does actually come from where the image appears to be. If you place a screen in front of a real image, the image will be projected onto the screen.
A type of image created by converging light rays. This type of image would form on the image side of a lens, where it could be projected. The opposite of a real image is a virtual image. See also convex lens
Light rays reproduce an object, called an image, by gathering a beam of light diverging from an object point and transforming it into a beam converging toward or diverging from another point. If the beam is converging, it produces a real image.
Keywords:  touch, pattern, space, paper, piece
a pattern of light in space that you can touch or put a piece of paper in