S.E.L.F.I.E Smart Mirror takes pictures of you, posts straight to Twitter
The S.E.L.F.I.E Smart Mirror with a built-in Mac Mini will make taking a picture of yourself much easier, but be careful walking around the house naked.
Published on Apr 10, 2014
For some people out there, taking a good-quality selfie is important.
Blurry selfie's look set to be a thing of the past thanks to the S.E.L.F.I.E Smart Mirror, which will take high-quality pictures of you without you having to lift a finger.
S.E.L.F.I.E actually stands for Self Enhancing Live Feed Image Engine, and was put together by digital agency, iStrategyLabs.
The team over at iStrategyLabs call this the 'magic' mirror.
Behind the mirror you'll find an Apple Mac Mini, a webcam and LED lights.
The Mac Mini built into the mirror serves as the brain of the S.E.L.F.I.E and comes equipped with facial recognition software that will take a snap when it recognises your face.
Once you're happy with the outcome, the picture will be published straight to your Twitter page.
We're terrified at the prospect of Twitter seeing us just after we've rolled out of bed almost naked, but thankfully the mirror will only publish pictures if you tell it to.
At this point in its life, the Smart Mirror is still being referred to as an 'experiment', but we're certain selfie lovers around the world will be hoping the homes of the future all come with a S.E.L.F.I.E. inside.
Judging from comments on the company's website, the technology has sparked quite a bit of interest from keen snappers.
We're still yet to hear any details from iStrategyLabs in regards to pricing and release date (if any) though, so contain that excitement for now.
A commenter called Jami wrote: "I want one of these. I could see these being very useful for passport photos and such, but this is also fun too!"
Vinay posted a comment saying: "Congrats on such a kick ass innovation!", whilst 'Hilda' said: "I'd LOVE to use this for events I produce!".
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