ANAMORPHIC Images – a Combination of Art, Physics and Mathematics "Here is a drawing which shows the basic construction of anamorphic grids. The observer is at a finite distance from the cylindrical mirror. One reflected ray is drawn in a thick line. The construction uses only the law of reflection, which means that the angle between the incident ray and the perpendicular ray to the cylinder surface must be the same as the angle between the perpendicular and the reflected ray.
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I learned it like after the fourth there's another, transecting the fourth dimension and fifth, which represents travell in time, alternate time, travel between alternate time, infinaty, travel between infinaties and infinate infinaties.
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