Interactive artist Chris O’Shea has come up with a conceptual device known as “A Study For Mirror.” This device uses a mirror-like mechanism that relies on a hidden camera to capture your image, followed by displaying a light reactive temporary screen print image on glass. The effect is pretty stunning to say the least, where it runs custom software on a standard computer. In a nutshell, this concept will be able to capture your image, followed by rendering it artistically and framed shortly thereafter for all and sundry to view. Visiting art galleries and museums will never be the same again, eh?
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