The Dichroic Confuse-O-Scope

This is the ‘Confuse-O-Scope’, a device which allows you to enjoy all the fun of having mis-aligned RGB in real life! Guaranteed to cause both confusion and irritation in anyone that’s worked in TV, printing or theatre lighting!

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If only I could make a telescope that messed with Kerning.

It uses the same dichroic beamsplitter cubes as my previous project, but arranges 3 in a row:

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With the result that; while any colour light from the world can get to your eye, the red, green and blue colours all travel via different paths. And because of parallax effects the view of each will be slightly different:

example view 02.JPG

You can also flex the frame a bit and change the RGB alignment, making it overlap or separate.

Here’s what the view looks like from the other side:

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Files here for anyone that wants to make their own:

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3591363

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