Google engineer Max Braun wanted his ordinary bathroom mirror to look more like the futuristic fixtures you’d see in the movies—the kind that transmit information directly onto the mirror. Though these smart products are not yet on the market, the parts for them are fairly easy to obtain. With this in mind, Braun decided to build his own mirror of the future. The impressive DIY project required both hi-tech and analog materials: a two-way mirror, display panel, controller board, components, ... [ "Read writing from Max Braun on Medium. Every day, Max Braun and thousands of other voices read, write, and share important stories on Medium.", "Android Experiments - Smart Mirror by Max Braun", "Max Braun Smart Mirror - check out their thoughts on the right level of transparency (not philosophically)", "Max Braun Created this \"Smart Mirror\" for his bathroom!", "DIYer Max Braun has transformed his ordinary bathroom mirror into a futuristic screen that automatically displays information, such as time and weather.", "When I couldn’t buy a smart mirror and made one instead. Welcome to my bathroom. Please excuse the carefully arranged mess around the medicine cabinet and its pristine mirror surface.", "The smart mirror has arrived. Though built at home by a master engineer, these smart devices are soon coming to a home near you.", "image: used with permission of Max Braun", "Shop for smart mirror glass & acrylic. Superior viewing quality compared to a regular two way mirror." ] #
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