Uwe Ommer took four years to build the largest, most beautiful kaleidoscope ever. A piece of ground-glass, a tube, a mirror, a lens, a bit of trickery; the system is rudimentary and we have marvelled at it for centuries. But, if it is magic, in fact what fascinates us is not the system, rather the infinite number of combinations that...
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