What would be the best way to redirect LED light in a limited space (as esthetically possible)?
LED's will be mounted in a wooden frame that is about 2 inches (50 mm) in height, facing at a right angle to the object illuminated, but mounted "normally" in the frame (through hole). BTW, the "light" included in some of the LED's will be near IR and UV.
SO, I need any light "escaping" to the "other 3 directions or sides" of the LED, redirected towards "the fourth side".
No, I can not turn the LED's, at least I don't have a way at this time to and still distribute the output evenly.
I've included a little sketch of what I mean. The "viewer" is positioned from Your viewpoint, the width of the frame I have above is the small area I have to work with, and I don't want the "solution" to be esthetically UGLY either if that can be avoided.