I am a big fan of Daniel Rozin’s art, and while looking at his Wooden Mirror (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZysu9QcceM) I though it might be fun to see if I could make static images using a similar visual technique. In the Wooden Mirror, Rozin assembled 835 little wooden tiles onto 835 little servo motors. Using a video camera a computer translates what it see into rotations for the servos. Each wooden tile essentially becomes a pixel in the larger image. The wooden tile can be tilted up to catch the light and become white or can be tilted down become black by being shadowed. I figured I could make a static image by creating solid geometric model on the computer and 3d printing it. Here is how I went about it.