Otona no Kagaku (Science for Adults) Magazine vol.13

Modified A4/106 pages/On sale September 28, 2006
● Supplement: Kaleidoscope Projector

※NOTE: All magazine contents are in Japanese. English versions are not available.

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We made a wall-projecting kaleidoscope: Kaleidoscope Projector

Otona no Kagaku (Science for Adults) Magazine, a magazine with a supplement for science lovers. The supplement kit from this edition is a kaleidoscope capable of projecting geometric patterns onto walls. The kaleidoscope was accidentally discovered in 1816 by Scottish inventor and intellectual genius Sir David Brewster while working on light reflection using mirrors.
Normally, a kaleidoscope is something you look into, but our editorial team has successfully developed a kaleidoscope from which light can be projected.
With this educational toy, you can now enjoy kaleidoscopic theater from the comfort of your own room.

Project + Observe This kaleidoscope can be enjoyed in two different ways. * In addition to the beads included with the kit, you can use all types of colorful object to create unique geometric patterns.

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