convex mirror

con·vex mir·ror

a spheric reflecting surface that constitutes a segment of the exterior of a sphere.
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Hester looked by way of humouring the child; and she saw that, owing to the peculiar effect of this convex mirror, the scarlet letter was represented in exaggerated and gigantic proportions, so as to be greatly the most prominent feature of her appearance.
Designer Christopher Guy showcased his new collection at the prestigious Maison and Objet Asia earlier this year, and this Aube Convex mirror is definitely what you should get your hands on
As you look up, you'll see the convex mirror that was always in the corner.
For the Walking Weekend she will lead a group on a two-hour walk using a Claude Mirror - a black-tinted convex mirror traditionally used by artists to help paint landscapes - to reflect on people's relationship between the landscape and artists' depictions of it.
His gazing ball on a stand (actually a 1920s arms shell) is a steal at $45, as is the 1940s sunburst convex mirror, the height of chic in 2012.
Prize in 1976 for his collection Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror.
You search for the suitable answer, knowing full Well you're in crisis, If you say 'No you look fine' you become a liar, Don't care or think she's fat, If you say 'You love her just the way she is' you Don't care and are a rat, Then she'll tell you 'your belly's getting bigger' so Don't go near the mirror when you see her preen, Get out into the garden, concentrate on your tomatoes And your runner beans, I thought I'd solve the problem, replace the big mirror With one that makes her look more slim, So I bought one from a car boot, it was from the old Funfair, it was up when she came in, Suddenly a scream, shouting, her clothes being ripped Up in her rave, Trust me to get it wrong, I'd got a convex mirror when it Should have been concave.
8 metre-tall translucent acrylic cylinder and a convex mirror.
com 3 An exclusive Grace Feyock design, Uttermost's Aria is made of hand forged, rustic bronze metal with blue green accents and a convex mirror.
This device also had a convex mirror dangling from it.
Hubble is a reflecting telescope using a primary concave mirror and a secondary convex mirror.
The D-B telescope wins hands-down in this aspect; the apparent field of view depends only upon the focal ratio of the convex mirror, within the limits of acceptable spherical aberration at the edge of the field.