David Kalish has designed a fabulous teleidoscope! Have you ever looked through a teleidoscope? A teleidoscope is a specific type of kaleidoscope that uses a clear marble at the end of the mirror system instead of an object cell. Simply point a teleidoscope at anything of interest and the mirror system inside will make a kaleidoscopic pattern of whatever you see. What sets this scope apart is David's use of extraordinary front surface mirrors. These scopes come with a small wooden stand. People love to give them as gifts and often take a few home for themselves. You can even take pictures through them with a digital camera, turning your friends, cats, or the colors of your home into kaleidoscopic images! These scopes are 3" long and they each have a 3-mirror system.