The mirrors reflect the reflections of other mirrors within 180 degrees of the mirror’s face. Because the light is travelling in a straight line to and from each mirror, it bounces a number of times before reaching the eye. The number of times it bounces will be equal to the 360 degrees / angle between the two mirrors. As the mirrors angles decrease, the number of images will increase. This interesting experiment depicts the same.
- It is a physics experiment that shows Mirrors are reﬂecting surfaces which reﬂect light and the number of reﬂected images increases or decreases with the increasing or decreasing of angle between them.
- Students get a clear concept of the laws of reﬂection, refraction and the concept of light.
- Correlation between theory and practical becomes easier