Infinity Mirror v2.0

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Infinity Mirror Version 2.0

This is my take on a combination of two classic projects: RGB LED control with an Arduino, and an Infinity Mirror. It's an RGB LED infinity mirror that lets you toggle between an adjustable-speed color-fade mode and a direct-control mode where you individually set the red, green, and blue LED brightness levels. I originally posted this project on Instructables.

The primary inspiration initially came from this infinity mirror Instructable and Adafruit's RGB LED strip tutorial.

Before writing the initial project, I noticed that there were a ton of infinity mirror projects on the web, but many of them left out key steps or documentation that made the builds difficult for beginners to follow. I hope having clear instructions in one place and a Jameco kit with all the required parts will make the project more accessible to beginners. Enjoy!

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WARNING:
If you are unsure of the dangers involved with your particular project, consult with someone who is experienced. Always wear eye protection and gloves. FAILURE TO INITIATE AND FOLLOW YOUR OWN SAFETY PROCEDURES MAY RESULT IN BODILY INJURY OR DEATH!

You Will Need

  • Wire strippers
  • Soldering Iron
  • Regular mirror
  • One-way mirror
  • Frame for mirror dimensions (I used the lid of a circular paper mache box)
  • Tool to cut acrylic (utility knife, jigsaw with fine tooth blade, laser cutter, etc)

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