beautiful patterns are seen through kalediscope
Asked by arajeevshashank | 24th Nov, 2018, 10:30: AM
In kaleidoscope, two or more reflectors are placed at angle to each other. Kaleidoscope works on the principle of multiple reflections. When eye is placed at one end of the reflectors then the image of any object in from of the other end is incident on one reflector and undergoes multiple reflections thus, giving rise to the symmetrical mosaic patterns. Thus, we can se beautiful patterns through kaleidoscope.
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