Motion Sensing 'PomPom Mirror'

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The “PomPom Mirror”, as it’s called, uses a Kinect to control 464 servos that, in turn, flip 928 black and white faux fur pom poms back and forth to match your movements in real-time.

Daniel Rozin designed and built it for an art exhibition in New York called bitforms. I must admit, it’s pretty cool, and it (probably) won’t make you feel bad about yourself when looking in the mirror.


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