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Latest technology: Interactive mirror from Lit Studios

If you like spending time in front of your mirror, you’ll have one extra reason to spend even more time there because folks from Lit Studios have invented a new type of interactive mirror.

As you know, we have seen mirrors that come with LCD panels but those kinds of mirrors don’t allow any kind of digital interaction. Well, if you’re looking for interaction when you’re standing in front of a mirror Lit studios has the right thing for you. This latest technology mirror works like a giant touchscreen and it allows it users to draw and paint with their fingers. In addition, they can read text, watch videos, and browse and arrange photographs. This interactive mirror looks amazing, and it definitely works like one of those displays from science fiction movies.
This mirror has a lot to offer, but so far, we don’t know when we will see it on the market, and how much it will cost – my prediction is its not going to be cheap.


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