Kaleidoscopes have optical properties and patterns made possible by mathematics (and physics), for example, symmetry and various mathematical transformations. Patterns are created by repeated reflections of light in the mirrors and can also be fra... read more

Kaleidoscopes have optical properties and patterns made possible by mathematics (and physics), for example, symmetry and various mathematical transformations. Patterns are created by repeated reflections of light in the mirrors and can also be fractal in nature when created on a computer. read more

Kaleidoscopes use a mirror system to reflect an object’s image and then turns it into colorful repeating patterns. A kaleidoscope is an ideal material to use for a geometry project since you can study, compare and discuss a number of math objectives. read more

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Math and the Kaleidoscope

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