A Unique Mirror Allows You To Listen To Your Favorite Music



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Digital Habit(s) has designed an unusual mirror based on the human computer interaction technology. The Open mirror can be used to listen to the music by connecting it to your music player or smartphone. It has a full oval shape in stand-by position; its lower part is marked by a line of light that suggests the direction of the decomposition of the figure. The docking station comes out with the sliding movement and a different light begins illuminating the area with the active sensors. You can easily make basic interactions with the music or video player of compatible devices by hand movements without touching the screen due to the advanced sensor based interface. To get forward and backward song control you just need to move your hand from left to the right and vice versa; to make the volume down or up, you have to stay in the middle or right position; to play or stop the music, stay on the left position.
Via:tuvie.com
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