- 921 hexagonal black-anodized aluminum tube extrusions
- 921 chrome-plated plastic balls
- 819 motors
- control electronics
- video camera
So far, our shopping list for the Shiny Balls Mirror by Daniel Rozin, an artist who has been developing interactive installations for years. True fans will surely remember his first Wooden Mirror (1999) - a piece that explores the line between digital and physical, using a warm and natural material such as wood to portray the abstract notion of digital pixels.
Since it's unlikely to find this kind of work at any instructables site, check out Daniel's website for more mechanical mirrors.