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poague
Jan 17

Howdy from Brazil, Can you give me name of plastic mirror materials so I can search for here?

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OpenEyeTap Team
Jan 17

It's a one way mirror / see through mirror.

 

Remember to buy the thinest one you can find

poague
Jan 18

Ok..what is the company that makes and tech specs? 3M makes see through mirror film...I need more than just your info..can't import unless I buy larger quantity. My plans are modded to use hardware on hand.Thanks

poague
Jan 21

I haven't found anything here except film..found some 3mm acrylic on Ebay 30/70 ...no idea of maker!

I would like to know what specs size you use and alternatives if any..I have cameras and old displays from old HMDs to use and xybernaut MAV computers.....thanks

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