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Daniel Rozin

US artist Daniel Rozin works with sophisticated technologies to create intriguing interactive pieces, particularly works that operate as 'mirrors'.

For the example shown here, video captures are transmitted to software which in turn activates the mechanical movement of wooden 'pixels' - in fact, cubes with each face in a varying shade of colour.

These turn continuously to represent whatever is in front of the work.

 

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