In this awesome 3D demonstration, an image of an ancient mirror with an ornate design on one side is displayed in the monitor at the top of the photo. The image is reflected onto the glass in front of this user, appearing to float in front of him. Not much new there. But in his hands he's holding a stylus that allows him to "feel" the surface of the plate. As he rubs to tip across the bumpy surface (in reality, the tip is being held in midair and is not touching a solid surface) the stylus will rise and fall with the peaks and valleys on the plate's surface. He can also place the stylus on the lip of the plate and push down to flip it over to the other side. Sound effects are included.