Some kaleidoscopes dispense with the object box and use a lens to throw images of distant objects on the mirrors, an eyepiece at the viewing eyehole then. Remember that mainly it works on the reflection of light from two plane mirrors arranged parallel to one another. Periscope, floodlights, shaving mirror, kaleidoscope, street lights, headlamps of a car. In this activity, students use the law of reflection to create their own periscope. You can also make a simple periscope by placing two mirrors in a z shaped box. Similar principle is followed by a kaleidoscope, only it has multiple reflecting. Periscope video with explainers from the science and industry museum in.
A kaleidoscope uses mirrors to reflect images over and over in a repeating pattern. Periscope is an apparatus consisting of a tube attached to a set of mirrors or prisms, by which an observer (typically in a submerged submarine. Our high-quality plastic mirrors are perfect for student applications on light and color in the classroom. They are available in different sizes, are durable, and just.). .