Android Mirror Unveiled in Japan?
We have seen a few fantastical consumptions from the excellent Android across the last few months; not only as the amazing open operating system at an ever-growing (and as well world-dominating) tablet PCs and smartphones range, either. Take our flying Dutchman by back at March, for instance, with his arm-driven Android air machine, or the enormously exciting thought from forthcoming Android based Augmented Reality glasses from Android, due by us this year.
Then there is this…
Freshly brought out on the yearly eye-popping mobile tech’s festival, the Mobile and Smartphone Expo in Japan, this is the first Android mirror in the world. Here adds up the science: an LCD monitor covered on a sheet of translucent reflective glass connected to an Android tablet or smartphone, even though still in the prototype level, the day will before long be upon us once we could browse weather reports, catch up on the news and check shares and stocks as brushing our teeth, looking for grey hairs or squeezing spots.
Applying technology of R to free us by fingerprint patterned mirror hell, the Android mirror from Seraku could call forth apps by an exclusive movement and, possibly, make the hrs you expend triumphing in human-budgie-esque, self-obsessed vanity far more energetic. Or at the least far more diverting.
All the same, obviously Seraku does not have a commercialised version ready at the times, only once they do they allege the Android mirror could probably discover a home in salons or pubs and the likes of where user’s could fill out questionnaires.
Not mobile on the dot, only yet some other Android use has been place to, so could you like to bear an Android mirror acting their stuff at your bathroom?
No word yet at while this miraculous Android mirror may become commercial for sale, only hands up who wishes one now?