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Infiniti Interactive Mirrors

Nikolai Cornell, media designer from LA, recently completed a few interactive installations for the Detroit Auto Show. One of them is Infiniti Interactive Mirrors.

The installation consists of three 8’ high by 3.5 ’ wide panes of mirrored glass placed side by side, each displaying rear-projected content from a high-lumen projector. Sensors embedded in the structure above each pane register when a user reaches out to a “hot spot,” allowing users to navigate the projected content without ever needing to touch the “screen” or press a “button.” An additional sensor recognizes when a user approaches and automatically activates the mirror to welcome the visitor.

I just thought that this installation is very close by spirit to Joseph Kosinski's work for Nike "Les Jumelles".

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