Infinity Mirror Arc Reactor Prop

About: Australian ====> Ultra Asian I'm a fairly average guy, still in highschool, with interests in making electronic gadgets and such. Due to certain constraints however, I have to make best use of whatever s...

Not entirely movie accurate.
This is an arc reactor prop I made, (second attempt) Which has an infinity mirror in the centre
Powered by a cellphone battery(Li-ion), and uses ~320ma in total.
Not as thin as a few other models.

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    Jeph Diel

    4 years ago

    hey I was wondering if that type of sunglass would work. did you get any special type or would some you'd find at Walmart work?

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    Akoi Meexx

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I like how you combined an infinity mirror with the arc reactor prop, I always felt the props needed a little more to them do give an idea of a large amount of power in a small package. Clever use of the tinted sunglass lense for the infinity mirror.