Getting ready to go to work in the morning will never be the same if the iMirror goes from concept to reality. POSH View, a Canadian company based in Calgary, has created an interactive mirror equipped with a touchscreen and a slew of apps. According to the company, people spend an average of 168 hours a year in front of the mirror. POSH View wants to make this time more productive by allowing you to check email, watch videos and surf the Internet while you prep yourself for the day to come.
The iMirror is comprised of four parts: a back, circuit board, touchscreen and frame. In addition to responding to touch, the iMirror also takes voice commands, a feature which should be handy as bathrooms are havens for wet hands. POSH View has gone to Kickstarter in search of $200,000 in funding. A pledge of $2,749 gets you your own.
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