After being unsatisfied with mirrors that pack LCD panels and didn’t allow any human interaction, the folks over at Lit studios have come up with a solution to the problem. An interactive mirror that allows users to use it like a giant touch screen! With this interactive mirror, users can draw, paint, read text, watch videos, and browse photographs all while getting dressed or brushing their teeth! Words can’t describe how awesome this looks, so I’ll just leave the video for you guys to see it in action. Hit the break for the Interactive Mirror video:
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