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In various festivals and occasions, people used lots of candles which took space in storage, and might be dangerous and produce toxic substances when burning.
For users' safety and environmental protection, this device was able to produce infinite 3D electronic burning candles. Inside its frame, the white, red and yellow LED were divided by 3 paralleled acrylic plates with engraving candle shapes and lines to create the infinite 3D visual effect of burning candles. The infinite images were caused by the reflection from the mirror and the window film. This device could be hung on the wall or put on the table to save space and to store in ease.
Lee Ming Institute of Technology
New Taipei City, Taiwan