The shade becomes noticeable when two mirrors are placed in front of each
other, creating the seemingly infinite number of reflections known as a mirror tunnel. As light bounces back and forth from one mirror to the next, the mirror's reflective capabilities gradually weaken.
No mirror is perfectly reflecting. Some small fraction of light is always absorbed each time light is reflected. As you can see in the photo, the images get darker, and by the 8th image they are too dark to distinguish. This is caused by light losing energy due to the bounces between the mirrors
Acrylic (3 mm), Mirror (3 mm), Brown Reflective Glass (5 mm), Super Glue, wire, Digital Clock (12 volt),
Power Adapter (12 volt), Glue Gun, Double Sided Tape
Step 1: Making the Structure
Download the Attachment, laser cut the drawing in 3 and 2 mm Acrylic sheets as described in the drawing.
Assemble the cutting pieces with super glue and complete the box for mirror insertion
Step 2: Assembling the Digital Clock
Fix the digital clock in the laser cutting pieces and connect the adapter to the clock
Step 3: Placing the Reflective Glass and Mirror
Placing the reflective glass in the box and mirror on the back cover sheet, remember reflective side face each other. fix the prepared clock unit in the bottom box
Step 4: Final Step
place the led dancing flame candle in between the two mirrors and close the back lid and enjoy it.