Imaging a 3D ellipsoid whose surface is completely mirrored. According to the optical laws of the ellipsoid, all the rays that start in one of the focus, end up forming an image on the other. I was wondering:
- What would I see if I put something, e.g. an apple in one of the focus. Would I see another apple reflected on the other focus? Would it be upside down?
- What would I see if I locate myself in one of the focuses? Would I see the image of myself formed on the other focus? Would I be upside down?