|MadSci Network: Physics|
by two-way mirror, I mean something that you can see through like glass from one side (although it appears somewhat shaded) and from the other side looks like a normal mirror. The kind used to hide security cameras. I don't know if two-way mirror is the correct name for it, which may be why I can't find anything on the www. I'd like to turn the glass on a french door into a two-way mirror and install it for my front door. I'm trying to find out wether mofifying the glass on an existing door, or building the door with mirrors would be more cost-effective.
Re: How does a two-way mirror work? How could I make one?
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