Imagine that we have two or more concave mirrors with skewly aligned / off-axis placed, looking to each other. And suppose our object is an upstanding arrow.
How can we explain that although we have curved mirrors as seen above picture we can still have an image uniform / undeformed as an image?
Any comments on this is appreciated
Best answer by EthanView original
Concave mirrors can image objects just as lenses do (with the exception that they operate in reflection instead of transmission). Therefore, with a correctly aligned system, you can create an image, just as you would with a series of lenses. To learn more about concave mirror basics, take a look at this resource: Physics Tutorial: Image Characteristics for Concave Mirrors (physicsclassroom.com).