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Seraku Shows Off Smart Mirror That’s Android Infused, Let’s Hope It Doesn’t Take Pictures of Our Bedhead

A company named Seraku showed off a mirror recently, that through a series of hookups, connects to an Android tablet and then projects an interface onto the reflective surface of the mirror. Plus, so you don’t smudge up the nice clean glass with your greasy hands, the mirror uses RF proximity sensors to react to your touch without needing to contact the glass.

The display can show weather, sports scores, and even the temperature and force of the faucet that it’s working above. It looks pretty nifty and would be a great way to start the day if you are constantly plugged in. Seraku says the product isn’t near being commercially ready yet, but when it gets closer, they see them as being useful for news reading in hair salons and barbershops. There are much more fun applications of this that people can probably think of, so let’s hope we see them around in more places as soon as possible.

Via: The Verge

  • Havoc70

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  • Bob Martin

    in 2015. A toaster with Android technology. it can play music and the side of it has your own android homescreen with the time and even google market to download apps

  • Matthew Merrick

    i’ve wanted one of these since before android existed :3


  • Androidandwp7equalsPower

    I cant wait when the every product in the world runs some form of android. I wonder what Android haters aka isheeps will do then. Seriously though I want an Android Home

    • JulianZHuang

      it will lag haha

    • What rom is your house running?

      • GazaIan

        I used to be running Virtuous Home, but just yesterday I switched to RCMix 3D Home edition. Now I can overclock my furnace!!

      • mikel61101

        Im running the original because motorola wont send any updates… 🙂

    • Bob Martin

      imagine the possibilities. u can unlock your front door with a password. u can open and close the windows or turn on the lights and tv just by saying a specific command. An Android home is actually a good idea in like 50-100 years when it improves

  • bionicchimp

    Sweet now with project glass and this all i need is one of those tables from the new James Bond movies and I’m set with future tech oh and if one of the google cars maybe not a prius though

  • YEMan0443

    if you think this is cool. check out A Day Made of Glass, by Corning on YouTube


    • Tweekex

      They made a 2nd one as well!

    • bionicchimp

      that is awesome what a great time for technology

    • michael

      Thank you for the video. I didn’t understand the real world application until I saw the video. I wonder if this could be used in car’s windshields for a HUD system and turn by turn directions, would be nice not to have to look down or mess with a phone gps especially for disabled with hand controls who can not fiddle with objects while driving.

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    • Iny

      Thanks for the video. This will help my cause in pretending I’m Tony Stark.

      But seriously, very cool technology.

  • FortitudineVincimus

    So could you stand there in the mirror nekked and G+ your wiener and put yourself over

    • So those are the types of things you think about? Yikes…

  • Daryel Villavicencio

    Objects in Mirror may appear larger than they actually are.

  • This is pretty sweet!

  • Trevor

    I hope there’s an “enlarge” option.

    • ICS “big nose” camera effect just needs some recoding…

  • Now that’s neat!