The mirrors at CES had a lot to say about your life and looks
So amazing how far we’ve come in the technology space, with just about every innovation available and even more in the offing. Fancy mirrors that give more than just your look? Well then, this was all possible at Las Vegas’ 2108 tech show where mirrors organized your wardrobe and gave succinct analysis of your skin while evaluating your skincare routines.
These mirrors truly gave more than a reflection as they also presented opinions on your health, face and clothes – truly breathtaking! The magic companies did was impregnate the mirrors with Wi-
Fi, cameras and computer learning features to make them smarter and more interactive digital control devices. From startups to firmly established electronics, there were varying versions on display. Even the HiMirror Mini is already available for use at home, just as others are still undergoing evaluation. Here’s a list of some of these outstanding smart mirrors.
An operating system, CaresOS is been developed to integrate into smart mirrors and its creators brought a prototype of what’s in the offing at the 2018 Las Vegas CES show. The mirror’s amazing features include skin analysis, facial recognition and gesture controls so you don’t have to physically touch the screen. The CareOS smart mirror is expected to be released before the year ends, according to CareOS representatives.
• Haier Magic Mirror
The Haier Magic Mirror comes with truly remarkable features. In the future, the magic mirror envisages a situation where an RFID tag which contains care and material instructions will accompany each clothing you buy. You can then scan the tag with the smart mirror and it becomes added to your virtual inventory.
The touchscreen mirror while working like a fashion plate can subsequently be used to superimpose these inventory images on your body image. A representative also informed their washing machine would additionally read the tags and inform the mirror, a feature that allows you to note how often you wash your go-to shirt.
However, no release date or price information was given on the product, just as with other smart concepts.
• HiMirror Mini
This mirror takes advantage of a built-in camera to give incisive analysis of your skin, record results of your skin care products and track your skincare goals. It is probably one of those that will hit the market soon and will cost about $249 when released this summer.
The device also has Alexa, the voice-activated digital assistant developed by Amazon. So you can effortlessly interact with the smart device as is possible with other Alexa-enabled Smart speaker. News and weather information can also be gotten from the mirror’s touchscreen.
• Kohler Verdera Voice Lighted Mirror
This mirror can be controlled using the Kohler Konnect app or Alexa voice commands and is part of a new line of bathroom fixtures by the Kohler Verdera brand.
The unique features of the mirror include light enhancing sensors and a motion-detecting night light that can come in handy when it is dark in the bathroom. The Kohler Verdera Voice Lighted Mirror is set to be released in March, with no pricing information given yet.
• Philips Bathroom Mirror
This bathroom mirror brings a concept that allows you to connect to other Wi-Fi enabled Philips devices like toothbrushes, scales and shavers. It is essentially an all-around health tub that helps you track your biometrics right on the screen