This smart mirror tells you how wrinkly you are

This smart mirror tells you how wrinkly you are

Many people are their own worst critic when it comes to looking in the mirror, but now a new smart mirror will criticise a user’s face and pick out flaws, spots and wrinkles for them.
HiMirror has combined with Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant to offer advice on taking care of skin, make-up tutorials and the ability to track “skincare goals” when using new products.
The HiMirror, which was relaunched with Alexa at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, uses a camera to analyse skin and complexion, displaying the image back to the user on a 10.1-inch screen. It then pulls out imperfections, from red spots to wrinkles.
By linking with Amazon’s voice assistant, HiMirror can also update users on the latest news or play music, and suggest video makeup and skincare tutorials.
HiMirror is able to recommend and buy beauty products on the go from the online retail giant.
CES 2018 has seen several new tech and beauty launches in an attempt to drive new smart beauty products, and encourage consumers to buy cosmetics.
These include a “skin scanner” from Neutrogena, which attaches a camera to a user’s smartphone to take close up pictures of skin quality, before recommending treatments and products on the smartphone app.
The SalonLab analyser and app, meanwhile, offer a handheld device that users a sensor to measure hair quality, moisture and colour.
Meanwhile the Kohler Verdera Voice Lighted Mirror puts Amazon’s Alexa assistant into a bathroom mirror, which can be used to turn the lights on or off or perform voice assistant functions like playing music.

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