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Fresnel Lens In Big Bloom Vase by Charlie Guda

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Fresnel lens is a thinner lens that allows to view smaller things. Big Bloom vase was conceieved as a tribute to Augustin Jan Fresnel, a creator of Fresnel lens. Consisiting of a Fresnel Lens and a lab test tube as water container the Big Bloom gives a user a full view of a flower so as to see its intricate details.

Fresnel Lens In Big Bloom Vase by Charlie Guda

The Fresnel lens stands on two legs and holds the test tube where flowers are kept. From the distance it looks like a flower vase but if you look through the lens the flower that is closest to it will become bigger and more detailed.

Thus Fresnel lens creates a picture out of the live flower while the lens itself looks like a frame. It can be an unusual and creative way to decorate home.

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Fresnel Lens In Big Bloom Vase by Charlie Guda

Fresnel Lens In Big Bloom Vase by Charlie Guda

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