double mirror

double mirror

[¦dəb·əl ′mir·ər]
(optics)
Two plane mirrors inclined at an angle to each other.
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95, John Lewis MULTI-TASKING mums may appreciate the multiple functions this compact light-up double mirror (one regular, one magnified) has, as well as a battery pack, so you can charge small USB devices like phones and tablets on the hoof, at the same time perfecting your look.
Such entwinement of natural and cultural forms was furthered in the images and objects shown alongside Nightlife: Ammonite Dub, 2015, composed of a sliced-in-half ammonite fossil and a turntable needle encased within a double mirror that seemingly reached endlessly into the gallery wall; Reid/Coxsone (gold monitors), 2015, which consists of modified copies of the two Ellis records from which Nightlife's dub sample was made; and the Polaroid series "Sober City," 2014-15, in which images of urban spaces and monuments have been double-exposed with that of an amethyst crystal from New York's American Museum of Natural History.
But for Ibn 'Arabi, the metaphor of the double mirror goes even deeper, revealing the reason for creation and the limits of human knowledge.
And we secretly observe them in a restaurant, their whispered conversations reflected to infinity in a double mirror.
Poems that require some background include "Panopticon" (this spelling is deliberately different from the book title's spelling); fortunately the author has included brief explanations at the end of his book to enhance the reader's understanding: "The panopticon is like a double mirror of one's own soul" the poet explains; prisoners and guards are on opposite sides observing each other yet are not all in the prison?
Beautifully, sharply, Tremain deploys Lev as a double mirror, simultaneously reflecting his constantly astonished interior and the sometimes brutal contradictions of contemporary Britain, where globalization and late capitalism have brought a confusing mix of opportunity and despair.
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Even the driver and passenger mirrors in the sun visors, which light when opened, have a double mirror, which magnifies even closer for the application of lip gloss and other such necessities.
Bateman cannot attach himself to the world and to achieve himself an identity in another way but the double mirror images, because he has no emotions--except for greed and disgust.
Double Mirror Magic provides an unusual kaleidoscope effect.