This glassless mirror foil is perfect for scenic applications, stunning special effects or panoramic event decoration. The reflective foil is mounted on a truss or frame and custom-made for mirrors of any size. A true eyecatcher at stage performances, retail displays, theme parks, television studios, trade show stands, museums and so on. The innovative foil can even suit circular designs!
GiantMirror is available in 3 different colours, all with very specific features. Your choice of colour will highly depend on the effect you want to achieve. Let’s have a closer look:
A real-life reflective mirror surface
The GiantMirror full mirror is a versatile alternative to genuine glass mirrors. The highly reflective foil is great for lightweight mirrors with virtually invisible joints and offers near perfect clarity and reflection. A two-way reflective foil. (colour 0522 / Full Mirror Silver)
Combining reflections and see-through effects
When the foil's transparency is just as important as its reflective quality, the silver-coloured see-through version is your best choice. Depending on the lighting on the foil, the highly reflective surface will serve as a mirror while still allowing what’s behind to bleed through. A semi-transparent reflective surface. (colour 0521 / Transparent Mirror Silver)
A glass replica for hologram effects
Use the fully transparent GiantMirror to create mind-blowing holograms and make objects appear or disappear, the so-called Pepper's Ghost Effect. With the right lighting, the foil will become completely invisible and leave everything up to your artistic imagination. A fully transparent foil. (colour 0520 / Clear Glass)
How the Pepper’s ghost effect works
In the stage version of the illusion, an actor is hidden in a recessed area below the stage and faces a mirror. The audience sees the actor’s ghostly image reflected in a mirror foil suspended above the stage, while lighting is used to make him or her appear and disappear.
Pepper’s ghost has been a popular theatre trick since the 1860s. In those days, an image reflected from a hidden, illuminated room appeared to be on stage, with the audience unaware they were essentially looking through a window. This “ghost” was genuinely three-dimensional, with the audience viewing a reflection of a live actor, who appeared three-dimensional just as your reflection in a mirror appears to be.
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