Incredible Interactive Mirrors
Danny Rozin builds mechanical mirrors with diverse materials such as chrome-plated plastic balls, mirror titles, wood dowels, and more. Once you step in front of the Rozin’s art piece, it reflects your image in real-time. Simply amazing!
Top: Shiny Balls Mirror (2003) – 921 hexagonal black-anodized aluminum tube extrusion, 921 chrome-plated plastic balls, 819 motors, control electronics, video camera, computer. Size – W 56″ x H 50″ x D 20″ (142cm, 127cm, 50cm)
Weave Mirror (2007) – 768 C shaped prints 768 motors, video camera, control electronics. Size 57 inches H, 78 inches W, 8 Inches D.
Top and bottom: Wooden Mirror (1999) – 830 square pieces of wood, 830 servo motors, control electronics, video camera, computer, wood frame. Size – W 67” x H 80” x D 10” (170cm , 203cm, 25cm).
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