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Jereld R. Nicholson Library: Media Classroom

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Computer Science

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In this project, I designed and built a consumer-level Smart Mirror. This amazing device is powered by Android. Additionally, it uses touch screen input, allows for multiple customizable user profiles, has wifi, Bluetooth, a microphone, and much more. The user interface was built from the ground up specifically for the Smart Mirror, so it is one of a kind. With the smart home inevitably in our future, this Smart Mirror takes a huge step in how we interact with technology. Similar to smart watches and other wearables, this device is meant for the casual "at a glance notification" means of use and something I call "Eyes Up Interaction."

Click here to see the kick-starter video for the mirror.

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Android Powered Smart Mirror Device

Jereld R. Nicholson Library: Media Classroom

In this project, I designed and built a consumer-level Smart Mirror. This amazing device is powered by Android. Additionally, it uses touch screen input, allows for multiple customizable user profiles, has wifi, Bluetooth, a microphone, and much more. The user interface was built from the ground up specifically for the Smart Mirror, so it is one of a kind. With the smart home inevitably in our future, this Smart Mirror takes a huge step in how we interact with technology. Similar to smart watches and other wearables, this device is meant for the casual "at a glance notification" means of use and something I call "Eyes Up Interaction."

Click here to see the kick-starter video for the mirror.

 

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