Simplehuman has designed two new smart mirrors in the form of the Simplehuman Sensor Mirror Hi-Fi and the Simplehuman Sensor Mirror Hi-Fi Assist which are being showcased at this week’s CES 2019 technology event. The smart mirrors are capable of streaming audio from any online service using a Bluetooth connected device as the intermediary.
The Simplehuman Mirror Hi-Fi Assist smart mirror also supports Google Assistant providing users with voice command control to adjust music or ask questions about news or whether. The smart mirrors are also equipped with a unique proprietary light system that simulates natural sunlight. Other features include a night shift mode that gradually transitions into a dim light meant for sleeping, a candlelight mode, and a night light mode.
“Elevate your everyday makeup routine with our tru-lux light system. It has a color rendering index (CRI) of up to 95, which means it closely simulates natural sunlight so you can see subtle variations in your makeup color and always know when it is color-correct and flawless.”
The Simplehuman Sensor Mirror Hi-Fi will be available to purchase during April 2019 priced at $350 while the Simplehuman Sensor Mirror Hi-Fi Assist will be available one month later during May 2019 priced at $400. If you are interested in receiving notifications you can register your interest directly on the Simplehuman website by following the link below. If you are interested in creating your own DIY smart mirror you can use a Raspberry Pi mini PC
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