Daniel Rozin’s interactive wooden mirror just might be the strangest that you’ve ever seen, as it uses 830 square pieces of gold-toned pine, each wired to its own tiny servomotor and paired with a hidden camera, to capture your image. Continue reading for a video and more information.
According to Bored Panda, “the image is then transferred to a Macintosh, which turns you into an 830-byte video signal. The Mac then tells each motor to position its wooden pixel to reflect a specific intensity of light. This ends up in eerie experience of a seeing your real-time reflection on the wooden surface.”