Heaven's Mirror: Mirror Illusion Realised Outside of the Mirror
One-Day Full Conference
Basic Conference/Exhibits Plus
|With this system, users experience a mirror illusion through three modalities of feedback (haptic, visual, and auditory) and perceive a boundary-less transition between the real world and the world inside the mirror.|
Sometimes, mirrors provide illusions that distort physical laws. In Heaven's Mirror, the illusions become "real" as users' visual, tactile, and auditory senses are immersed in the world inside the mirror. This approach opens new possibilities for using mirrors in virtual reality.
To allow users to perceive a seamless boundary between the inside and outside of the mirror.
Heaven's Mirror focuses on the physical relationship between the real world and the world inside the mirror. It uses a mirror illusion and amplifies it to the real world so users can experience a mirror illusion through three modalities of feedback.
Tokyo Institute of Technology