Chrysanthescopes are similar to kaleidoscopes, but work in a different way. While both use mirrors, the chrysanthescope uses light to create the changing 3D images. The only moving part is the flashlight that you use.
Because each one is made individually, they are all a little different.
There are three versions of chrysanthescopes.
Chrysanthescopes are made with laser-cut and engraved first-surface acrylic mirrors and specially designed 3d-printed parts.
This means that chrysanthescopes are much lighter than if they had been made with glass, and will not break as easily as glass. However, it is much easier to scratch the surface, so care is needed to keep the mirror looking good.
They are 30cm long, and the wide end is 7cm.