Our kaelidoscope has six disks, four of which have to be manually turned, and two are spun via crank. Each disk contains six images that all are based on one category i.e houses, people, plants/animals, and ground. The idea at first was to create six disks with six images and by aligning all six you would be able to see a city in our world. We first tried using a PVC tube as our kaleidoscope but we could figure out a way to and on the six disks. Later on we agreed upon making a box that would contain the disks. We had decided to have Ilgin work on the mechanics of the box and Jae and I would focus on drawing the disks for our slides.