Subject: In mirrors, does a relection of a reflection retain it's 3-d depth?
Date: Mon Sep 10 15:57:59 2001
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Area of science: Physics
Whenever I look at myself in one of those multiple mirrors they have at
clothing stores, the shape of my head appears different than in a regular
mirror from the side. I'm wondering if it has anything to do with seeing a
reflection of a reflection or with the angle at which the light hits my eyes.
Re: In mirrors, does a relection of a reflection retain it's 3-d depth?
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