Mirror, Mirror: Changing the Way We See Ourselves

by on December 19, 2014
 

What makes Daniel Rozin’s mirrors different from any other? For one, they aren’t made of the same material as the one in your bathroom. Using materials such as wood, pegs, metal, and even trash. Rozin’s mirrors raise interactive art to a new level by reacting to  whomever is standing in front of it. Tiny computers that inside the mirror help to  shift and rotate the parts of the mirror to reflect the viewer. All the while emitting a pleasant sound.

See the video below, and check out Rozin’s website for more works.

woodenmirrormuseum

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