The Mirrored Message Wall is a cross-world digital public display located in both real and virtual world, for collective sharing of thoughts and messages and serves to connect the real world and virtual communities. The wall was installed at a university library foyer and concurrently at a 3D virtual campus for user studies. This paper presents its design, social factors considered in the design, implementation, and the findings of the user survey and observations. The results confirm that such an installation does encourage people to interact with each other and the results will inform a better design for the next version.