– Kento Imai and Kenri Kodaka “XRAYSCOPE”. Nagoya City University

Author description: Wilhelm Röntgen discovered the way of seeing through skin using x-rays in late 1895. Now, in 2020, we find this technology is easily reproduced just by casting a light on the surface of the hand, where the contents you see are not necessarily familiar white-colored bones. This unique experience reminds us of computer-based AR (Augmented Reality), but “XRAYSCOPE” requires the following old fashioned items: one half-mirror and two lights to brighten two divided spaces as well as your favorite bone-like objects (e.x. pens, toothbrushes, vegetable sticks and so on).

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