|May7-06, 01:15 PM||#1|
Hey guys, i've got a quick question if you don't mind.
I understand that in order to view your full length in a mirror, that only a half-length mirror is needed; however, I'm wondering if this is true to just only see your face (if it was held up in front of you). So if my face is 15 inches, I would, theoretically need a mirror that is 7.5 to see my entire face, right?
The reason why I'm asking is that I don't know how the reflections will interact with "what I see." Is it the top half of my face (above the eyes) that can be disregarded of the mirror?
I'm not sure.
Thanks in Advance!
|May7-06, 02:27 PM||#2|
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Then apply the same reasoning to viewing just your face.
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