Kaleidoscope Glasses bend light through a series of faceted lenses that create duplicates of light waves. This effect is similar to that of a “bug eye” or repeating pattern. Some are infused with rainbow coloring and faceted in different ways to create remarkable visual effects and colors. These glasses are a phenomenal experience and surely a level above diffraction in intensity.
You may have heard of another very unique product called Diffraction Glasses, but are they the same as Kaleidoscope glasses? NO, very different in fact. The word “Kaleidoscope” originates from the early 19th century in Greek where kalos means ‘beautiful’, eidos represents ‘form’ and finally “scope” referring to the visual effects. Kaleidoscope glasses are becoming very popular across the nation, partly due to the celebrity exposure the glasses have had. These glasses are not only an entertainment phenomenon, but they are an artistic masterpiece beautiful enough to be displayed as art. If you want to experience something more intense than light diffraction, you absolutely must try on a pair of these bifocals.
What Are Kaleidoscope Glasses Used For?
- Fireworks and Firework Shows
- Science class and learning the study of light waves
- Holiday and Christmas lights
- Festivals and carnivals
- EDM Events
- Concerts and Music Festivals
- LED Gloving and orbit light shows
- Enhancing any light shows or performances