### Directions

- Draw a rectangle and divide it into 3 equal sections.
- Pop the lens out of your 3D glasses.
- Put one lens in front of the other. Rotate the lens until it gives off the least amount of light.
- Keeping the lens in the same position as the previous step, place a lens on each of the two end squares. If the lenses barely fit into the squares or are too big, make your squares bigger.
- Outline the lenses.
- Cut out the outline with an X-Acto knife.
- Cut out the whole the rectangle.
- Fold the outer squares in. It should be in the shape of a bracket.
- Using your leftover cardboard, cut out two more small rectangles. They should be as long as the squares you drew in your original rectangle.
- Cut a half circle into one of the long sides of each of the rectangles.
- Use tape to connect those two pieces to the sides of your “bracket”. It should look like the following image
- Next, tape the lens onto the holes. If needed, adjust their position so they give off the least light possible.
- Tape a piece of paper on the back of one of the squares. This creates a smoother image.
- Now place your plastic utensil in between the lenses
- Shine the flashlight on your paper square and look at your plastic utensil through the opposite lens.