An infinity mirror is a one-way mirror setup where the light inside of these mirrors allows you to see in, while reflecting back and forth, appearing to multiply and stretch to “Infinity”
At some point in the last few years I decided to make one of these setups, but after buying some of the parts, this project just kind of sat there waiting to be made. A few years later, now with access to a router that let me easily put 1/8 inch slots to hold the mirrors in strips of wood, I finally made it. Besides an 1/8 inch bit for my router and the one-way mirrors over a year ago, I don’t think I bout any parts for this contraption.
You’ve likely seen this kind of “infinity mirror” effect at a gym or anywhere where you stand between two mirrors. Or, as I ramblingly put it in my “howto” video below, this kind of thing was also seen in the movie Enter the Dragon. It really is an excellent movie, and though I do appreciate cheesy Kung Fu movies for their comedic value and obvious influence on later video games, such as Mortal Kombat and Tekken, that one really stands out as an entertaining movie comedy value aside.
Infinity Mirror Build Details
As for the build, it stands at 15″ high and 7″ wide. It’s made out of furring strips that I had left over from another project. They are about 2 1/2 inches wide, just big enough for