Wednesday, 21.2.2018

Cybertecture Mirror Who's The Most Informed Of Them All

[18/01/11] 

In the words of Kay Lyons, “Yesterday is a cancelled check; tomorrow is a promissory note; today is the only cash you have - so spend it wisely.” That's something we can all appreciate;

the days only seem to get shorter, the list of things that need doing longer. We're always looking for ways to be more efficient, to multitask, to do more with the time we have, whether it's checking email over a martini or dictating reports from the 7th green.

Now we can multitask in the bathroom with the Cybertecture Mirror, which incorporates a large viewing surface with a variety of digital read outs that can display everything from the weather and appointments, through to daily health checks, Facebook updates and even movies and photos.

Info is accessed via a remote control, with health information delivered to the in-mirror computer via a scale-like sensor.

Although it has some rather tai tai-esque aspects, including rudimentary work out guides and enhanced make up lighting, being able to get weather, appointment and news updates while you shave and groom each morning certainly has its merits.

And bath tub movies could prove promising.

Cybertecture Mirror
Available from December 2010
http://cybertecturemirror.com/main.php

Nuts & Bolts
A mirror with a digital display


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