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Theses infinity mirrors are pretty cool and easy to make. The concept of it that you have a regular mirror, with led lights in between the regular mirror and a two mirror. The two way mirror is a more expensive and you want it to be the same size as the regular mirror. I used 12 volt interter to power this otherwise you use battery packs.

Step 1: Tools and Supplies:

Tools:

jig saw

pencil

wire strippers

solder iron

solder

glass cutter and oil/lube

drill

Supplies

4 - 6 inch pieces of wood

6 x 6 inch regular mirror

6 x 6 two way mirror

glue

20 red led

resistors

switch

<p>Hello Sir i am Robert and i have been working on an infinity mirror. i <br>have the project built and have included pictures of the important <br>parts. i am using 62 Purple/UV LEDs voltage drop 3.0-3.2 at 20mA in a <br>3series by 20parallel configuration each series has its own 120ohm <br>current limiting resistor with a 2series with a 330 resistor left over. I<br> double checked the anode(+) to cathode(-) of each LED and made sure <br>none were burnt out and all were operating within their current range, <br>both individually and as an individual circuit but when i connect the <br>(wall-wart) adapter rated +-120Vac into 12Vdc 500mA I only light up the<br> 2series LEDs. I removed them from the circuit and tried again but it <br>still wont work. i would appreciate any help you could give</p>
I'll look threw might notes to see if I can offer and suggestions to help get it working
<p>This is pretty cool looking, but I would HIGHLY recommend taking the photos without a flash. It's killing the effect.</p>
<p>good tip thanks</p>
<p>Very nice project. I am going to make one of these. Thanks.</p>

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