A Man Created A Bathroom Mirror That Looks Like The Future


The ‘Internet of Things’ is a phrase people keep bringing up that references the real life trend toward a world where all your things have become working props in a science fiction movie.

h/t: cheezburger


Let’s be honest, so far this neat idea has mostly translated into putting a touchscreen on everything. That’s why Max Braun got crafty and made his own futuristic mirror using Google’s Android system. So far it automatically shows the weather, the time and the day’s headlines but he hopes to include more. He’s also made a diagram showing what makes the mirror tick.


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