The project investigates visualisation and interaction methods for Augmented Mirror displays and its use in public space. A large screen display installed in public spaces are becoming more common to provide local information. Augmented Mirror setup on such displays using depth sensing camera is gaining interests for their ability of overlaying virtual information registered to the real world objects (e.g. trying on virtual clothes). Current focuses of the project include investigating gesture and other multi-modal interaction methods useful for interacting with Augmented Mirrors, using UI agents for guiding user interactivity, and exploring use of Augmented Mirror interfaces in face-to-face and remote collaboration scenarios.