Mirror Me-rror

Nora Fatehi – Mirror Me-rror

In an environment where the line between digital and tangible is becoming increasingly thin, having an existence in immaterial spaces implies shaping and maintaining an avatar that is often created in one’s own image. Living in these in-between worlds inevitably leads to the development of a more or less strong connection with one’s own digital representations. This is notably the case of my own avatar, with whom I share more than just a well-defined clothing style. 

In Mirror Me-rror, she and I become one. By using my physical and digital data to influence her abilities as my “virtual self”, I find myself constantly connected to her. With this project, I question the relationship that each of us nurtures with our digital identities and offer a gamified perspective of our own lives.

Diploma project (2022) by Nora Fatehi

Professors
Alain Bellet, Christophe Guignard, Gaël Hugo, Laura Nieder, Pauline Saglio
Mention
Excellent
Award
BCV Award
Know-how
electronics, game, 3D Graphics, Tangible Interaction, fashion, soft goods / accessories
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