Imagine an art museum where you could have your image captured and then automatically artistically rendered and framed on the wall for all to see. That is the amazing feat produced by interactive artist Chris O'Shea and his device titled "A Study For Mirror."
Designed in collaboration with London design firm Random International, the mirror-like mechanism uses a hidden camera to capture your image and then display a light reactive temporary screen print image on glass. Running custom software on a standard PC, despite its tech underpinnings, the effect is quite organic looking.
Via Design Boom