August 29, 2005
Daniel Rozin builds wooden mirrors.
His first one (above and below), created in 1999, was made of 830 1.5"–square pieces of wood, each controlled by its own servo motor.
Watch the video and see for yourself.
Analog met digital and the result was a mashup years before anyone thought of the term.
Last year he created one with 1,500 wooden pixels and motors.
It costs $120,000.
[via Tom Vanderbilt and Wired magazine]
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