- a type of kaleidoscope.
- an adjustment for the kaleidoscope; -- always reflect photos in order to form stunning styles.
- A double mirror, composed of two polished surfaces placed at an angle of 70°, used like a kaleidoscope to repeat a pattern or other object.
- It was created by M. Debus, a French optician, and is found in organizing geometrical attractive styles. Also known as chromeidoscope.