“Reverse Blinking” is a completely closed helmet with two shutters in front of the eyes. When the user pushes a button, t he shutters opens and closes in the blink of an eye.
All you can see is a static image, a photograph. Reversed Blinking creates a liminal space between direct or ‘real’ perception and a mediated experience.
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The pair of goggles with the shutter mechanism inside is controlled by the user. Because it works on batteries, it can be freely used both in and outside, preferably in a crowded place with lots of movement.