Conceived as an urban theater facing the famous Avenue George V in Paris, the Digital Mirror art installation created by Eric Carlson and Übersee is suspended behind a monumental two-story display window. The expansive 18 meter by 3.5 meter mirror is angled downwards at 45° to reflect the show cars positioned directly below permitting passing pedestrians & automobilists to view the cars from afar. The mirror surface itself is layered with 950 triangular shaped pixels of liquid crystal film that are individually programmed to produce a digitized orchestration of transparent and opaque-white movement magically covering and unveiling of the reflection of the cars displayed below.