Slimey Mirrors is an interactive installation that allows for people to see their self as an avatar of slime, responding to one's movement in a mirrored manner, and at the same time responding to the laws of motion of slime. The environment is a cave also made of slime, and it can interact with people by spilling slime of different textures. When prompted by a ball of slime, people can also throw slime at the mirror and at one another.
The installation works with a full body tracking sensor, and therefor allows to move freely in the space without having to wear any technology. We are looking to create an experience in which people can instinctively interact, with technology being invisible.
Role: UX Designer & Creative Technologist
Team members: Laia Cabrera, Isabelle Duverger, Lucas Ordoñez