Wooden Mirrors: An Interactive Art Experiment

Daniel Rozin has gone against the grain with this one. He’s created an interactive installation which is comprised of over 800 pieces of wood that generate a reflection of whatever is in front of its camera. Wooden chips are attached to individual motors that receive data from the computer. This data tells them to flip at various angles to generate the light and dark areas of each image that’s in front of the camera, based on what angle of light hits each wooden piece.

It’s better explained by watching it in action…

Here’s the explanation behind it…

Wooden Mirror by Daniel Rozin

Here’s more information about the artist, and his work from the original post.


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