If you work in the field of mind medicine, this psychology test mirror would make for a pretty appropriate piece of decor. When a therapist asks patients to take a good hard look at themselves, this medium would impart new depth on the activity.
Benjamin Rousse's Miroir Perception has been modeled on the familiar symmetrical blots that are recognized from the Rorschach psychological assessments. Instead of black blobs, however, these forms are in highly reflective material, made to a large scale and designed to be mounted at eye-level on the wall. Observing one's image in this psychology test mirror encourages you to see beyond the obvious and to search for symbols, metaphors and emotions concerning how you identify yourself.