Massaged Mirrors is a collection of interactive browser-based webcam artwork that investigates how digital technology mediates our self-image.
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The title is a play on the intentionally misspelled title of Marshall McLuhan’s seminal book. Humans are very fascinated by our own likeness; one of the earliest fictional work about this is the Greek myth of Narcissus. The project utilizes the underlying technologies used by everyday software and popular apps (including artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms) to consider how they shape our perception.
GIF animations of two “mirrors” that are powered by Machine Learning (ml5)
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