Through the looking glass by Romy van den Broek
by Harry / January 3, 2011
Via @designspotter, a mirror that invites interaction with fairy tales. Says designer Romy van den Broek, "This mirror is for children and allows them listen as well as interact with the story. They become the main character and begin to see themselves surrounded by the elements of the story."


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"They interact with the story as the mirror functions as a touch screen and uses motion capturing software. For example, the children gather stones for Hansel in the forest, and this allows the story to continue. The mirror also allows the possibility for two children to play with the story together. The form of the mirror invites the children to step into the world of the story."

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