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My Bathroom Mirror Is Smarter Than Yours

When I couldn’t buy a smart mirror and made one instead

SSometime late last year I realized that I wanted my ordinary bathroom mirror to be more like the future we were promised in the movies.

There doesn’t seem to be anyone selling the product I was looking for. The individual parts, however, were fairly easy to get. A number of people have done similar custom builds recently, but I had something different in mind.




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Max Braun

Max Braun

I lead the AI & robotics engineering team at Everyday Robots. We make helper robots that learn. I enjoy exploring art, technology, and philosophy.

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