LUCID is a new type of décor mirror invented by Adam Frank. This work places a luminous 3D image behind the surface of a glass mirror. Viewers can ‘touch’ the illusion with their reflection. LUCID functions as an ambient light source, mirror and unique décor image simultaneously.
The clouds in the first LUCID Mirror billow and shine in 3D. They are derived from dimensional, time lapse photography of real cloud formations.
The framed LUCID Mirror can be hung on a wall or placed on a mantle. A touch dimmer on the frame allows for brightness control. When turned off, the image disappears and leaves only the reflection visible.
LUCID is 2.5 inches thick. The replaceable LED backlight lasts for at least 100,000 hours of continuous use. The glass mirror provides a perfect reflection. LUCID is available in two sizes; Portrait 15" x 13" and Wide Format 36" x 24". LUCID comes in three styles; Cloud, Sol, and Forest.
LUCID can replace standard mirror in almost any architectural situation and at any scale to create truly unique reflective displays. In 2016, AFI installed a monumental scale LUCID Mirror in the lobby of the new building, 300 Ashland, in downtown Brooklyn.
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