New mirrors reflect text the right way round
Mathematician Andrew Hicks is clever. So clever, in fact, that he’s managed to work out how to get a mirror to display text that displays the correct way around, as in the picture above. Mightily impressive, no?
He’s also done some other faintly magical stuff with mirrors, including a wing mirror that can display a 45 degree field-of-view, undistorted, and a mirror that reflects 360 degrees around you, again with no distortion.
Check out the full gallery of mirror fun at New Scientist.
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Colour plus texture for the lips. Stands out on the runway. Simmers on the street! What made M·A·C famous.
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Very well , thank you!
That was quite an insensitive thing of me to say, then, seeing as we’re now living in Austerity Britain.
Nice… but how did you get the upside-down “b” ? 😉
Its called a Q q