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on: March 29, 2013, 03:08:52 am » posted from:Albuquerque,New Mexico,United States

Greetings All,
I am a school teacher who enjoys making kaleidoscopes as a hobby. I have seen kaleidoscopes which produce a 3D image of a cube, a sphere.

Can you help me figure out the mirror shapes and assembly?

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