Is it a reflection? Or is it an image?

928 pompoms react to a motion sensor to create a reflection of what is in front of them. Move your arm, and the pompoms flip to reflect that movement. The contrasting silhouette simplifies our image, reducing it to a binary black or white. But adaptable, and responsive. The beauty is that the fuzziness around the edges is not just in your head. This could be the ideal mirror for a Bad Hair Day.

via The Next Web

The pompom mirror was built by the artist Daniel Rozin, who doesn’t see mirrors like the rest of us do. You can see other reflective works of his here.

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