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One day, looking for interesting schemes with light effects to construct, came across this wonderful effect. Quite liked the idea but did not know how to accomplish is, until one day found the way. Subsequently construct my own mirror that had to not only try out my skills in electronics but and processing of wood (to create a frame). In this article I will share all the difficulties faced by all subtleties and found that while it is constructed. Many experimented with different windows and mirrors until desired effect is achieved. To facilitate lovers of electronics and in particular light effects as I would describe it as detailed. I will apply the schemes and boards and everything that I constructed. Of course I designed mirror frame on my taste and choice, but everyone has a different look beautiful, and you can use your imagination instead of myne in his own choice. I guess that schemes are found here will facilitate the development of such a mirror to your liking.

You can buy kit for assembling and see another interesting projects in my website: www.kukata86.com

Step 1: What is the mirror "Tube"?

          The device is constructed as a mirror that creates the optical illusion of a tunnel formed by the LEDs. The effect is quite interesting and very hot right lately. Its true effect observed especially impressive when viewed in a dark room or in a room with not very strong light (then you really see the entire depth of the tunnel and the effect of changing colors), a during daylight hours drive takes the role of a simple mirror .

                                      

                                      
 
I think its a cool deal,but whats even more cool is that you sell them,and still took the time to show us how to make our own,if we so choose.
<p>Thats striking</p>
<p>Thats astonishing<br></p>
<p>Spectacular...!!</p>
<p>Its hip :)</p>
<p>Nice. These are more commonly known as &quot;Infinity mirrors&quot;.</p>
<p>Thats incredible</p>
<p>Thats incredible</p>
<p>I think its a cool deal,but whats even more cool is that you sell them,and still took the time to show us how to make our own,if we so choose.</p>
<p>pretty awesome !!! <br>thanks for sharing</p>
<p>Thats incredible</p>
<p>I think its a cool deal,but whats even more cool is that you sell them,and still took the time to show us how to make our own,if we so choose.</p>
<p>Thats phenomenal</p>
<p>Nice. These are more commonly known as &quot;Infinity mirrors&quot;.</p>
Thats incredible
Thats really good
Thats superb...
Thats incredible
Thats spectacular...
This is so great!
You should enter this in the A/V contest. Great work!
You should enter this in the A/V contest. Great work!
Thats fascinating...
Thats incredibly good
Its breathtaking :)
Thats excellent
Marvelous...!!
Thats sweet
You should enter this in the A/V contest. Great work!
I think its a cool deal,but whats even more cool is that you sell them,and still took the time to show us how to make our own,if we so choose.
it's interesting
Really good
Its tremendous :)
Thats sweet
Nice
I think its a cool deal,but whats even more cool is that you sell them,and still took the time to show us how to make our own,if we so choose.It shows me that youre not a greedy person,so great job on both counts.
You should enter this in the<a href="http://www.instructables.com/contest/av2012/" rel="nofollow"> A/V contest</a>. Great work!
This is awesome!! <br /> <br />GM
Nice. These are more commonly known as &quot;Infinity mirrors&quot;.
You have done an excellent job!
pretty awesome !!! <br>thanks for sharing

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