The Samsung Mirror was revealed at CES 2016, but the technology has now been implemented into the real world at the Leekaja Hairbis in the form of a salon mirror. Located in Seoul, Korea Leekaja Hairbis utilizes the Samsung Mirror to help customize the experience for salon guests to show them different hairstyles, colors and more to choose from.
Customization in the retail sector is becoming inherently engrained as a mainstay requirement for many different consumers around the world. As such, the implementation of the Samsung Mirror at Leekaja Hairbis shows how we will likely begin to see more simple items like a salon mirror become more digitized.
When the Samsung Mirror is not displaying information to consumers it appears as a traditional mirror to help make the product as efficient as possible in the salon setting.
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