By integrating the Magic Mirror into your space, you not only offer an innovative experience but also drive deeper engagement, longer visit durations, and memorable brand interactions.
We design and configure the Magic Mirror for a wide variety of uses.
For example users could try on illustrated outfits, interact with magical worlds, or playing motion-controlled games.
Our interactive magic mirror applications are purpose-built for visitor spaces and visitor centres.
Magic Mirror for Visitor Spaces
The Magic Mirror can can be used for experience-based, fun or educational interactives for visitor spaces or exhibition spaces.
The technology is sophisticated and can be adapted for many creative uses, from allowing the user to try on fun, illustrated outfits, to game-like interaction, to full immersive experiences whereby live video of the user is transported into a magical world.
Watch how the ‘Interactive Storybook’ at a children’s hospital delights young patients using our Magic Mirror technology and fantastic design, illustration and interactive motion-controlled animation.
Magic Mirror for Retail
The system can be used in retail environments to allow shop customers to virtually try on clothes or garments.
This represents a way of quickly viewing many outfit combinations. Design and layout of the mirror on-screen software is fully customisable to fit with a brand.
Additional sharing features, and the ability to take photographs on the system can also be added.
Video outlines the use of a Magic Mirror in a retail environment
With the software users can:
a. interact with a screen some 2-3m away accurately, using their hands an feet as input devices – hands become like mouse cursors for instance.
b. have garments or objects overlaid on their body video image on screen. These can be real – for a retail shopping experience, or illustrated – for a fun, immersive, or learning experience.
c. have their motion and gestures be interpreted to allow them to play motion-controlled games, or interact with with on-screen objects – for example in an interactive world or story.
How does the system work?
The Magic Mirror uses a computer, a screen and a sophisticated motion-tracking camera system which allows a user’s body video image to be recognised, and for their hands (or feet) to be recognised so that they can use them to control what is happening on screen.
What is the software used for?
- experience-based, fun interactives
- educational interactives
- gameplay interactives
- immersive experiences
The technology can be adapted for many uses – a speciality is utilising this technology in new an interesting ways that facilitate a particular client’s requirements.
Magic Mirror FAQ
The sensor needed for the system is provided along with recommendations and advice on the correct computer and screen setup for deployment.
The software including any bespoke design alterations is licensed to a customer in perpetuity
We offer a full range of design, animation, sound and customisation options
Please call 0333 344 3840 and any questions can be clarified