Novascope: this tapered mirror kaleidoscope by David Sugich uses three mirrors to create an image of geodesic spheres. Three mirrors in an equilateral triangle configuration will produce a plane of tiled triangles, but if they are tapered, the repeated reflections curve to infinity creating the spherical geometry. In this design there are thin gaps etched into one mirror which allows in colored light from a flashlight (on the white side of the pyramid shaped scope) to produce the hexagon lattice. Shining a light through the view portal reveals where the colored lines come from as a flashlight moves from top to bottom and back. Invented by the famous Scottish physicist Sir David Brewster (1781-1868), the kaleidoscope is an ultimate physics toy and entire field of artistic endeavor. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile to find where to get kaleidoscopes like this and other amazing items featured here on @physicsfun#Kaleidoscope#kaleidoscopic#physics#reflect#teleidoscope#physicstoy#psychedelic#kineticart#science#mirror#symmetry#math#mathtoy#mathstoy#geometry#brewster#Brewstersociety#acyrlic#lucite#scienceisawesome - 10 hours ago
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