Artist Daniel Rozin has created an interactive installation that uses 928 pompoms, 464 motors and a lot of electronics to make that magic happen. Pompoms are arrayed across the surface in a three-dimensional grid of black and beige. Underneath the motors push and pull the pompoms, treating them like furry pixels and transforming them smoothly from one color to another. Step in front of the installation’s Microsoft Kinect eye and your body is reflected in silhouette.
‘PomPom Mirror’ Reflects Your Body In Pixelated Fur