Images are produced by the upper mirrors on the right and left sides. Light ray drawings can
be used to locate each of these virtual images.
Ray paths and image locations of the central object are depicted below for the two upper mirrors.
The reader is encouraged to use this procedure to find the images for the left corner and upper objects.
Results obtained thus far are gathered together to form the next sketch. This figure gives us
the orientation of the first reflection kaleidoscope images. The original object is within the
center triangle with the virtual images in the adjacent triangles.
Finally, we eliminate the orientation dots to reveal the beginning of our kaleidoscope image.
second reflection images.