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Frozenferrari

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Infinity mirror box created from 12x12 tile panes, currently in use for reflective studies. Two light bouncer artifacts.
One test with 680nm >5mw. One test with 445nm 3W.

With extreme precaution I was able to get one photo of the chaos inside on the blue. Eagles on, camera ready. Eyes closed. Laser on. Use muscle memory to take photo. Laser off. eyes open.

The red looks like a futuristic battle arena! Sorry no beams. Tried it in my steam bathroom but the box is too small. The mirror faces fog before the beam defines.

ps. If anybody is familiar, or knows someone familiar, with infinity mirror room / maze architecture or art, send me a message! Trying to get some design questions answered.
 

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This is a bathroom or in a box? That is really neat. I’d like to know the details. I always loved those effects. My barber had mirrors that did that.
 

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If you wish to see beams you will need to fog the area first. This could cause moisture to adhere to the mirrored surfaces making the whole thing nonfunctional. Sorry, but you need something in the air for a beam to reflect off of.
 

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Cool stuff!!! I bought a "spy camera" off amazon to drop down in setups like this - I'll drop you a line with some deets.
 

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If you wish to see beams you will need to fog the area first. This could cause moisture to adhere to the mirrored surfaces making the whole thing nonfunctional. Sorry, but you need something in the air for a beam to reflect off of.

Correct exactly. Beams not possible in a small environment, not safe in a large one anyway...

Here's one more cool shot of a neat cube lit up by a rave glove, with a single 680nm <5mw coming in to play as well.

69232548_2771922196172099_1903521100336201728_o.jpgAlso... not laser related but, if you ever wondered what the inside of a reflective sphere would look like.. here's a single and double sphere with a gopro inside. The travel effect is insane. Notice it inverts about the X axis, after growing to encompass your entire surrounding first.
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Here are a few more shots in a new mirror cube I made. I started working with adding light bouncers in and changing the angles of the walls. More crazy shit to come if you guys are still interested. These two featuring a 532nm 100mw.

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Also tossed in a couple of glowstick only shots just for fun because i think they turned out beautiful.

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Hazy air empty cube with Red Green and blue lasers stitched together. Shitty attention to gap control because i tossed this one together in about 3 minutes at 2am

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