With the Giant Mirage you can put much larger objects inside and the effect in person is stunning. It looks like the object is floating in mid-air. The effect is so powerful, it almost makes you dizzy when you walk around while looking at the object.The device works by using a mirrored surface on the inside. When you place an object inside and step back and look at the opening, you’re seeing a “double” reflection of the object. From the person’s point of the view, the object is first reflected in the top mirror, then it is reflected to the bottom mirror, which is the final image that you see.
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