Chris O'Shea's 'A Study For Mirror' Captures Your Face Temporarily

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 26, 2010 • References: & dvice
Although mirrors technically reflect your face, 'A Study For Mirror' is an art project that does slightly more than simply that. Capturing faces temporarily, it becomes a picture frame for the negative image--giving it a somewhat X-Ray look.

Conceived by Chris O'Shea in collaboration with London design firm Random International, the 'A Study For Mirror' art installation features a hidden camera that captures your image and then runs it through custom software on a standard PC. Stats for Instant Mirror Art Trending: Older & Mild
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