Human Kaleidoscope

I’m always amazed by the simple but incredibly cool things on display in the design studios section of the the Fort Worth Museum of Science. First, the giant lite-brite, and now, a giant human kaleidoscope. J+J absolutely loved this – and it produced some pretty cool pictures. I wish I had taken a picture of the outside, but, basically, it was a long, metal triangular tube. I think Jason would have crawled through it if I had let him. That boy loves to see himself in multiples.


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