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LIKE THE CIRCLES THAT YOU FIND IN THE WINDMILLS OF YOUR MIND
Exactly what you see in the mirror depends on your angle of view. There are various factors that will change the angle
We used calculations based on a person of average height standing in front of the mirror.
We wanted the image in the mirror to show squares of equal height,
From Matt and Katie’s information, we knew that our smallest arc would be 52 cm from the base of the pillar. The largest arc would be 202 cm from the pillar. We used these measurements to start the scale-
Looking through the mirror you would be able to see the reflections of those two extremes. The space between them, on the mirror, then had to be divided into ten equal parts. On the scale-
This gave us the spacings for all the other arcs. Each of the spacings on the floor, moving out from the mirror, is slightly bigger than the one before.
Diagonals were then added.