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the vertical plane, around the line that is parallel to my body no matter whether I am standing or laying down). I cannot rotate it any other way and get the same effect. WHY is that?EDIT: Whoops, you guys are all right, I'm an idiot. Here I am sitting at my desk with quite literally nothing but bisymmetric objects around me for a second there I went a little crazy. Thanks for setting me straight dpark 1133 days ago linkRotating an object left to right most certainly won't show you what it looks like it a mirror. Take an object and hold it so that the front is facing you (pick a side and call it the front if there's not an obvious "front").2. Rotate the object left to right so that you are looking at the back.3. Write your name on the back of the object (the side currently facing you).4. Rotate the object right to left so that the front is once again facing you.5. Go to a mirror and hold the object so the front is facing you.6. You can see the back of the object, but your name is backwards. What you're seeing in the mirror is not a left right rotation. Grasp the mug by the handle with your right hand. Look in the mirror. Where is the handle? It's still on your right. The coffee mug in the real world has the handle on your right, and so does the coffee mug in the reflection. The mirror's behavior is simple, but it's also very non intuitive. If it were intuitive, people wouldn't ask the question. colanderman 1133 days ago linkIt's psychological. You could instead rotate the object head over heels to "simulate" reflection, and the object would then appear upside down, but have left and right in the same position as on a mirror. However things don't normally move head over heels but rather by rotating left/right (thanks to gravity) so psychologically, Nike Sweatshirts With Zipper we assume the object must have rotated left/right to get on the other side of the mirror, thus appearing reversed in that direction. ldite 1133 days ago linkI don't know about you, but if I turn a picture postcard around its vertical axis, left to right, all I see is the blank back of the picture. (Likewise if I rotate it around it's horizontal axis.)What you're actually saying is if I put the picture on transparent acetate (or whatever) and rotate it, then look at it through its back, I see the Nike Jacket Women's Black

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same as I would in the mirror. Which is essentially the same as reversing the depth of the object (when you think about it.)And there's nothing privileged about the Left to right rotation. When you face the mirror and hold the picture up (facing the mirror, away from you), you chose to rotate it around its vertical axis to face the mirror (thus swapping left and right). If you chose to rotate it around its vertical axis, top to bottom, to face the mirror and away from you then you get the other situation. anigbrowl 1133 days ago linkIt doesn't flip left to right. It flips front to back. Put a mirror on the floor or the ceiling and mess about with some geometric solids for a while, you'll start to think differently about it. Alternatively, get some dark safety goggles, a laser, and a bunch of small mirrors on adjustable fixtures. ars 1133 days ago linkRotating the object will not get you the same view as in the mirror. You would need to flip it inside out. kenjackson 1133 days Nike Waterproof Coat

The various feynman "fun to imagine" videos, one of which is linked by the answerer, are amazing. I advise you to watch all of them as soon as you can. As you might imagine. Also it comes replete with the inevitable feynman tales of intellectual dickswinging that we have all come to know and love. hammock 1133 days ago linkFeynman says some interesting stuff but none of these explanations have yet satisfied me. IF I want to see/simulate what the object will look like in a mirror, I rotate it LEFT TO RIGHT (on Nike Hoodie Blue

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