Lucky Hubby. He hopped a flight to Vegas earlier this week and spent three days wandering the strip to visit various hotspots (no pun intended) of the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show. I, on the other hand, received updates via iPhone as I suffered through the deep freeze that afflicted the Northeast for the better part of the week.
Yes, Hubby uncovered a plethora of electronic treasures during his stay – routers, Audis, Corvettes, Lamborghinis, Iron Man and robotic spiders, not to mention the iFit girls (not electronic but impressive nonetheless).
Sigh. Maybe I’ll get my turn next year.
But while Hubby spent a lot of time on “manly” technology, he completely missed what I call reflective intelligence. LOL.
Introducing…the Panasonic interactive mirror.
Did you ever wonder how to apply your makeup so it looks best in specific types of lighting – warm, dim, cool, natural sunlight? Darned lightbulbs can change your look from dewy to pasty in seconds flat. Or maybe you’d like to find out if that expensive facial cream you bought is really improving your skin’s hydration levels like the pushy salesgirl swore it would? And…most importantly, wouldn’t it be cool to see how you’d look if someone tossed a can of pixie dust at you? No…seriously.
With this clever innovation, your questions may soon be answered. I say “soon” because there is no available information on pricing or availability. But it’s freaking genius!!!!
Panasonic’s interactive mirror shows what you would look like with sparkles (video) – Venture Beat
How It Works
The glass is both a mirror and a display. You view transparent overlays on top of your own reflection and the mirror can make suggestions for beauty tips, based on your facial features.
Who’s The Fairest Of Them All?
Some days I just hate my hair and I’d love to see myself with a different style and color.
Other times, I want to reboot my eye makeup look but I’m not always sure how to apply it for the best effect.
Or maybe I want to slightly contour my face to change the appearance of its shape.