The Glitched! is an interactive installation that uses projection mapping to create an alternative mirror of reality. Ideally installed in often-ignored places, the work tries to pull the audience out from their everyday life to an unfamiliar moment, where they get to pause and distance themselves from the normality. The work takes live video input from a portable camera and converts it to live glitch video through programming. The image is also controlled by the surrounding sounds, where different volumes will result in varieties of glitchy colors. Glitch symbolizes errors in the new media culture. In this work, this error is produced purposely by the artist to offer people a chance to escape from the intense reality where everyone is looking for perfection.