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Check your temperature with a mirror

Posted in Health by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2011

NEC Avio Infrared Technologies have just released a new thermometer that can tell your temperature without you even having to touch it. No more sticking a thermometer into your mouth. The Thermo Mirror SX-01 will easily spot people who have a fever. As an example, if an office is worried about the spread of flu in the building, this device can quickly and easily check the temperature of a person before they enter the building. If they have a high temperature, they may not be allowed in, thus keeping the office healthier.

Just look into the mirror, and it will automatically measure the person’s temperature using infrared thermography. The Thermo Mirror will cost about $1,200.

Reevu MSX1 helmet with built-in rear-view system

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on April 25th, 2010

Reevu has improved their MSX1 helmet and at least one of them has landed in a reviewer’s hands, or head. The helmet uses a mechanical mechanism instead of rear-view cameras. According to webBikeworld, it functions just like a car’s rear-view mirror, with the small mirror in front resting just outside the rider’s line of sight.

They also say that the helmet is “built like a tank,”. The rear-view system is just icing on the cake of an otherwise already superb helmet. Needless to say, this could save some lives.

Weather station shower mirror

Posted in Weather Stations by Conner Flynn on August 2nd, 2009

Weather station shower mirrorWe like combo gadgets that make sense. If said gadget helps you do two things at once, it will save you time and anything that saves time makes your day just a little better. Here’s a good one if you need to know the weather first thing in the morning.

This combination weather station and shower mirror features a fog-free coating so the seven-by-seven-inch mirror won’t fog up. You also get up-to-the minute weather information taken from a wireless transmitter positioned up to 100 meters away. So get the info you need while shaving.

Seura The One HDTV Mirror

Posted in HDTV by Conner Flynn on July 15th, 2009

Seura The One HDTV MirrorSeura has released a questionable new 2-in-1 gadget called the One. It’s a 19-inch high definition LCD TV and a mirror all in one package. This unique television is geared toward the rich has a mirror embedded in it.

It supports a native resolution of 1080p and features 16:9 widescreen ratio, HDMI input, PC input, a ATSC/NTSC tuner and a waterproof remote control. If you can actually afford it, The One will set you back $3,500.

Stocco Maitre touch screen mirror for your iPod

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on June 4th, 2009

Stocco Maitre touch screen mirror for your iPodHere’s a cool concept for your bathroom mirror! Pretty girl not included. The Maitre mirror from Stocco of Italy comes with a touch screen console that includes a built in radio, clock and barometer, hell, even a mirror demister with a sensor.

It can control and playback audio on your iPod. But what’s the advantage to having these controls on a mirror? Well, you can watch yourself and practice for your American Idol audition. Plus, the mirror probably comes with speakers so you can sing in the shower.

Motherboard Mirror / nerd reflector

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 27th, 2009

Motherboard Mirror nerd reflectorCheck out this mirror inspired by circuit boards. It looks pretty cool and retro in an 80s kind of way. Sadly this mirror will only ever know nerd faces on it’s shining surface. Non nerds show up distorted like some carnival funhouse mirror.

But the coolest aspect of this mirror is what they won’t tell you when you order. If you are the one true nerd, you will have no reflection at all. Like a vampire. That is how you will know that you are the chosen one. All that will be left to do is step through into another world…

Violet brings Mir:ror to the states

Posted in rfid by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2009

Violet brings Mir:ror to the statesWe Americans will finally be able to get our hands on the Violet Mir:ror home-based RFID reader for $59. It will come with a few Nano:ztags nd three Ztamp:s which will let you specify certain computer functions that will trigger whenever one of the RFID tags gets close to the Mir:ror.

So if you always put your keys on the Mir:ror, for example, it will tell you if your keys are there or not before you leave home. You can get some extra Ztamp:s by the dozen for $20.


Rear View computer mirror

Posted in Computer Components by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2009

Rear View computer mirrorWe’ve all been there. You’re at work surfing some NSFW sites. You know it’s against the rules, but they’re not the boss of you. As long as you don’t get caught it’s all good. Well my pervy friends, the Rear View Computer Mirror will give you an edge. It’s a convex mirror with a wide enough angle to catch anyone who might be sneaking up on you.

This incredible technology has been in your car for years. Now get it in your cubicle. You can also hook it up to your notebook with a piece of included velcro. $13.95 will keep you entertained at work and safe from your boss.

Gold-plated Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2009

Gold-plated Mercedes-Benz C63 AMGIt’s nice to know that some people are having some fun living it up in this recession, while the rest of us count and sort our pennies. This is a gold-mirror-finish Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG from the Bling on Wheels Show, at the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai. It’s just plain crazy like everything else in Dubai.

If you drive this thing during the day, everyone will know where you are thanks to the trail of innocent onlookers who were blinded by the light bouncing off it. No word on how much it cost the owner to completely bling this thing out.

Leonardo da Vinci’s Backwards watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on November 10th, 2008

Leonardo da Vinci’s Backwards watchYou don’t see a watch that features the mug of Leonardo da Vinci everyday. It’s inspired by his backwards writing or “mirror writing”, which some believe to be a code. Others think he was just punking people in the future. The more likely reason is that Leonardo was left handed and preferred to pull a pen as opposed to pushing it across the page in order to prevent the ink from smudging.

And just like the writing in his notebooks, this watch does everything backwards. The numbers on the faceplate are written and listed backwards, and the hour and minute hands move counter-clockwise as well. That should make it a real pain to tell what time it is. The price is $36. That’s not $63 backwards.

Violet mir:ror connects everything using RFID

Posted in rfid by Conner Flynn on October 26th, 2008

Violet mir:ror connects everything using RFIDIf everyday objects just aren’t connected to the digital world in the way you would like, then check this out. This device uses RFID technology to connect all of your crap to the digital world. You know, cuz life should be more digital. Violet is the company that makes those strange Nabaztag USB rabbits. Now they are offerring “Mir:ror”, a small round USB gadget that interfaces all of your belongings and your computer. For example, let’s say you put an RFID tag on your umbrella, despite your umbrella’s protests that RFID technology is the mark of the beast. Just wave the umbrella over your Mir:ror, and your computer will display the current weather stats. Tag your iPod and have it take you to current Apple news etc. The connections seem pretty infinite, only limited by your imagination.

Pretty sweet tool if you ask me. Just don’t be waving panties(Or worse) over the thing to pull up porn. That’s just weird. Mir:ror can instantly identify many objects with built-in RFID tags, but you can tag almost anything you want with their identification stamps. Violet’s web site lets you set up all your devices and applications to work with Mir:ror. Violet expects to release Mir:ror in the US on October 27th, with a $69.99 starter kit.


Magic Message Mirror home security system

Posted in Security by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2008

Magic Message Mirror home security systemThe Magic Message Mirror is for those who want to combine their love of Disney with home security. Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the safest one of all? You will be, of course. The portrait in the photo above is actually a home security device.

Just wire it into your existing home security system and it will appear to be an ordinary mirror until it’s triggered by someone walking in front of the beam. That’s when the scary apparition appear just like in the Snow White movie, yelling prerecorded phrases you’ve recorded. The mirror is actually a 30 inch LCD display with a CGI character known as “Basil of the Mirror”. I’m not sure it would scare a thief enough to leave and give up his life of crime. It would probably scare him for a few seconds until he realized what’s going on. Then they would likely steal the mirror, because it’s cool.

Diesel LED watch with mirror display

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 12th, 2008

Diesel LED watch with mirror display
After seeing so many watches with displays that are hard to read, it’s always a beautiful thing to find a sci-Fi stylish watch that is completely readable. This new watch from Diesel sports a dot-matrix screen behind a mirror surface, creating a look that’s both futuristic and stylish.

It can even be programmed to scroll messages up to 20 characters long if you have something you’d like to broadcast from your wrist. It’s available with either a mirrored patent strap or a black leather strap. Simple and futuristic for $170.

Rear view GPS mirror

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on May 14th, 2008

Rear view GPS mirror
Shenzhen MCD Electronics has rolled out this so far unnamed rear view mirror that shows you more then the cars you’re leaving in the dust. Some features include : GPS navigation system, SD/MMC memory card slot, Stylus pen, LED backlight, 1300mAh Li-Ion battery, Reverse gear sensor, Camera, Bluetooth connectivity.

No word on cost yet, and anyway coming from a Chinese wholesaler, this probably won’t be headed to the US anytime soon officially.