You must have used mirrors that are flat. But what if it is curved! What manifestation does varying the magnitude and direction of curvature of a mirror create? What happens when mirror placed in different angle to each other?

Have you ever experience two way mirror? Did you know Mirror is used in projection systems and have variety of scientific and military application? This gallery provides opportunity to unravel physics of reflection by experiencing the phenomenon through various exhibits on display.

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List of Exhibits in this gallery

Sl No.

Name of Exhibit

1.      

Introduction

2.      

Ghost Walk

3.      

True Image

4.      

Anamorphic Image

5.      

Duck in Kaleidoscope

6.      

Inverted Image

7.      

Aranmula Kannadi

8.      

Mirror Maze

9.      

Hollow Sphere

10.   

Infinite Tunnel

11.   

Fishy Mirror

12.   

Multiple Image

13.   

Icosahedron

14.   

Smooth & Rough Reflections

15.   

Dodecahedron

16.   

Dine with Yourself

17.   

Changing Image

18.   

Trench

19.   

Giant Hall

20.   

Application of Mirror

21.   

History of Mirror

22.   

Mirror Facts

23.   

Illusion Clock

24.   

Ravan

25.   

See your Back

26.   

Infinite Train

27.   

Curving Tunnel

28.   

Half you Half Me

29.   

Periscope

30.   

You and Me

31.   

Acknowledgement

3D

A new High Definition 3D Science show of 50-seater capacity has been installed in this centre is well appreciated by the visitors, especially the children. One can enjoy the real life experience in the 3D Science show by seating inside the AC hall.

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Fee for 3D Science show:
Rs. 20/- per head for general visitors
Rs. 15/- per head for Group visitors (25 or more)
Rs. 10/- per head for Students in organised school group
Rs. 5/- per head for Students from govt./municipal schools

Timings for 3D Science show:
11 AM, 12 NOON, 2.30 PM, 3.30 PM, 4.30 PM, 6.00 PM