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Exhibition of the world’s largest ‘glass tunnel’ in Saudi Arabia

The British company ‘Stuffish’ has unveiled a huge tunnel made of giant mirrors at a global technology exhibition in Saudi Arabia, which is also being called the world’s largest ‘Kaleidoscope Tunnel’. Is.

It should be noted that in a kaleidoscope, mirrors are mounted on all four sides, the arrangement of which is such that if something is placed inside it, innumerable reflections are formed and the viewer feels as if one is in the kaleidoscope. Like countless things are kept (although they are the same thing).

The closest word for kaleidoscope in Urdu is ‘Sheesh Mahal’. It is a building with thousands of mirrors on the doors and walls. That is, if one person is present in a room of this building, it will seem as if there are innumerable people standing there.

For this reason, Kaleidoscope Tunnel can also be called ‘Shish Tunnel’ in Urdu.

The tunnel is 131 feet long and about 20 feet high.

Hundreds of large and sturdy mirrors are mounted on the 12 sides of the wall inside the tunnel, while giant LED screens are installed at both ends of the tunnel.

The mirrors have been installed with such skill that it is very difficult to find a connection between them, while at first glance this tunnel looks like a complete circle from the inside.

When these LEDs are illuminated, the image seen on them creates innumerable reflections on the inner walls of the tunnel and creates a talisman-like scene.

The tunnel’s entrance and exit are designed in such a way that it does not affect the reflections on the inner walls of the Kaleidoscope tunnel.

Although Stuffish called it the world’s largest kaleidoscope tunnel, a 154-foot kaleidoscope tunnel was already on display at a Japanese exhibition in 2005.

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