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What is a 'kaleidoscope'?

  A tube-shaped optical instrument that is rotated to produce a succession of symmetrical designs by means of mirrors reflecting the constantly changing patterns made by b (MORE)
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Who uses kaleidoscope?

Kaleidoscopes are used for entertainment purposes. They are  normally thought of as children's toys, but are also made as fine  art pieces.

Who invented the kaleidoscope?

Answer . The kaleidoscope was invented in Scotland in 1816 by Sir David Brewster .
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How does a kaleidoscope work?

The kaleidoscope is a tube of mirrors containing loose colored beads or pebbles, or other small colored objects. The viewer looks in one end and light enters the other end, re (MORE)

What is a kaleidoscope?

It can be defined as followed. A toy consisting of a tube and  mirrors.
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What are kaleidoscopes?

A kaleidoscope is composed of two or more mirrors laid lengthwise inside a tube, in addition to colored beads or other small objects reside in the tube's larger end. Light pas (MORE)
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What is the kaleidoscope used for?

Fun. the device is a sort of scientific toy that has on utility value other than producing optical illusions. Some do vaguely resemble Rose Windows in old churches, though.
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What does a kaleidoscope do?

/facepalm its like a telescope but does not magnify nor can you see all the way through it and it shows you pretty colors from the light that comes in the other side...why did (MORE)

What is a kaleidoscope used for?

The used of Kaleidoscope is to give information to the users about the combining of the different colors an shapes when the lights strike to the crystal. Also to attract the v (MORE)