This Ordinary-Looking Mirror Is Secretly A Mac Mini-Powered Selfie Machine



If busting out your iPhone to catalog your #outfitoftheday is just too tedious, meet the mirror that will take your selfie game to the next level.

S.E.L.F.I.E (Self Enhancing Live Feed Image Engine) looks like your average mirror, but behind the shiny glass facade is a Mac Mini-powered selfie machine that features facial recognition tech so all you have to do is smile snap your picture.

Here’s how it works:

Behind the two-way mirror you’ll find a Mac Mini that runs the facial recognition software, as well as LEDS controlled by an Arduino that serve as both a countdown and flash for the picture, and a webcam.

Photos can be shared to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook with your watermark. The agency behind S.E.L.F.I.E., iStrategyLabs, hasn’t said anything about a release date or price, but encourages companies to hit them up if you want one.


Via: PhoneCruncher


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