You can read all about it on there website...
They had a lot of stock going cheap so I bought a few bits and pieces.
I found this old display box under a shelf. It was £5 and I thought this would be perfect to put something inside and hang on a wall.
I took the box home and with my budget of £64 now £59 I went around Bristol gathering the things I needed for my Idea.
I went to a glazier and had a mirror fitted and mounted into the back of the box. £7
then bought some mirrored film for car windows in an auto shop. £16
and finally I bought some LED Strip from Able Electrics on Gloucester Rd for £30
I laminated the box lid glass with the mirrored film. I got it right on my third attempt with out any creases.
I then drilled a hole in the side and wired in the led strip around the top edge of the bottom of the box. I found some old christmas chrome balls, I cut them in half and added them to the box.
The LEDs are remote controlled and when its turned on it creates a bright infinity mirror. Looks amazing for the money I spent. The LED strip fits perfectly and look really good as you can control colours and different types of effects. My favourite is the 'Smooth' button as this does a light chase that makes the central sphere look like its rotating as it reflects the spinning lights.
The box has 7 spheres to represent 7 levels of magnitude. The centre ball repeats more than the other balls, this is a mind bending effect.
Heres a link to a video on Vine...
I sign the side of the Box
'Orders of Magnitude
24th August 2013
For Sale £128