Jacques Cousteau style scuba mask turned into an infinity mirror with programmable RGB LEDs controlled by an Arduino. Unlike other infinity mirror mask/glasses I’ve seen, this project allows you to see while wearing by adding a wide peephole. Firmware is FastLED library and modified FastLED demo sketch. I added a MPU-9250 accelerometer to make the light show responsive to body movement.
An “infinity mirror” is an illusion created when a light source is placed between a full mirror and a partial mirror. When viewed from the partial mirror side there is a perception of increased, even “infinite” depth with increasingly dim copies of the light source trailing into the distance.
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