We see hands placing a mirror on top of an actual mirror which is seating on a wooden plate. The projected mirror reflects the camera that recorded it while the material mirror reflects the projector which makes the recorded action visible. So if we look carefully we will see the reflection of the projector plus the reflection of the camera. A zoom in magnifies into the projected mirror enlarging the size of the camera. With a zoom out the image frames again into the rectangle of the material mirror. As if the reflection which reveals the method of registration and the reflection of the method of projection can not coexist at the same time, the mirror bursts into pieces. The action is repeated again several times.