Jerusalem born, New York living interactive artist Daniel Rozin specializes in making mirrors out of unreflective surfaces such as wood and cork. His Wooden Mirror uses 830 square pieces of wood which are hooked up to an equal number of small motors which move the wooden blocks according to a live feed from a built in camera. The camera picks up movement in light and transfers the signal to the wood. The result is an eerie representation of reality depicted in tiny wooden pixels.
Rozim has built mechanical mirrors of various other materials that share the same behavior and interaction, such as the Pegs Mirror…
and the Weave Mirror.
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