Brewster angle simulation
When a beam of light reflects on a dielectric material such as glass under a special angle of incidence, named the Brewster angle, the reflected beam is linearly polarized along the plane of incidence. If this beam hits a second glass sheet under the same angle, but rotated by 90° along the beam, no reflection occurs. This absence of reflection cannot be explained without light polarization theory.
This phenomenon was simulated with Ocean in the picture below: