Wonder Machines Slow Dance Frame A Brilliant Optical Illusion
The Wonder Machines Slow Dance Frame is a Brilliant Optical Illusion Sculpture That Stands out in any Decor.
The Wonder Machines Slow Dance frame was designed by Jeff Lieberman, a slow motion videographer, whose desire it was to bring what he captured on film into our every day lives. Originally conceived as a wedding gift, the slow dance frame was meant to show two objects dancing together representing the union of marriage.
The Wonder Machines Slow Dance frame is a combination of technology, science, art, and also bringing us a closer look at the beauty of nature that is too often overlooked.
The Wonder Machines Slow Dance Frame is a mesmerizing optical illusion stand alone picture frame. There is no glass amid the four sides, only a small transformer and clips for your desired feathers or stems to sit in.
The inner frame is lined with LED lighting to illuminate the center piece of your choosing. The frame can be hung on a wall or placed to stand on it’s own on any desk top or bookshelf.
How Does The Slow Dance Frame Work?
The inner lining of LED lights flash at a frequency that is unseen to the human eye, similar to the flash of images on your television. Add to that some electromagnetic frequencies and you open a view to nature that is rarely seen.
Taking advantage of the limits of human visual perception, this optical illusion sculpture appears to be doing the impossible — slow motion right before your eyes.