Growing up back in the 1970s, I remember going to the furniture store with my parents, and being hypnotized by those dual-layered mirrors that had lights built into them, creating a sort of infinite light effect.
It’s dangerous to go unkempt. Take this. This cool Legend of Zelda Mirror is shaped like the Triforce and is perfect for your bedroom, bathroom or game room – not that you’ll look at it much if you are playing Breath of the Wild for hours on end.
Everyone needs a mirror or two around the house, if for nothing other than ensuring you don’t have a booger on your face before going out. If you are a sci-fi geek, you might want these Star Wars mirrors.
Michael Rick came up with a brilliant mod for the Power Mac G5 Quad’s handsome metal chassis. He spent between 150 to 250 hours sanding, polishing and waxing the exterior by hand to give it a mirror finish.
The Trinity Lighted Mirror TV will make sure that you never miss any of the action during your favorite show. Just watch it in your bathroom. This mirror measures 42 inches in diameter and has an ultra bright fluorescent light around it to help with your bathroom lighting.
Videos about the future of consumer tech often feature interactive mirrors, windows and other glass surfaces. But you don’t have to wait for the future. With a bit of elbow grease and help from your fellow makers you can have your own high tech mirror today.
Daniel Rozin loves to create mechanical and virtual mirrors, inviting the viewer to participate in the completion of his artwork. His latest piece is no different. The PomPom Mirror uses tufts of fake black and beige fur as pixels to generate a “reflection.”
There are a lot of good reasons that you might want these mirrored rear view sunglasses. Maybe you think you are being tailed, or maybe you are in a bad neighborhood. These sunglasses would also be great for detectives, allowing them to keep an eye on their subject while ahead of them.
Mirror mirror on the hull, who is the most logical of all? This Spock stained glass mirror is just what you need if you think of yourself as the mirror universe Spock. Just gaze into it and practice your Vulcan meditation while admiring your reflection.
Nissan just made the rear-view mirror twice as useful. Its Smart mirror neatly hides an LCD monitor, which can display live video from a camera mounted at the rear of a vehicle at the flick of a switch.
Remember Corning’s glass-filled vision of the future? A company called Posh View was inspired by the Gorilla Glass maker’s concept video and is trying to make one of the devices in that video real. Posh View’s iMirror is an Internet-connected touchscreen device that happens to have a mirror as its display.
We all want our own personal interdimensional portal, but you can’t find real ones just anywhere. And even if you do, you might get trapped in another dimension. So this one is much safer. This infinity mirror has a series of Arduino controlled LEDs that can change their color.
Do you find yourself pushing your roommate or significant other out of the way every morning, just so you can get a better glimpse of yourself in the mirror? It might seem like a minor thing, but a lot of people get on each other’s nerves in the daily battle to get some prime mirror space.
It can be pretty dangerous riding a bike these days what with all of the texting, drunk, or just plain bad drivers on the road. Many of the accidents happen when a cyclist is hit from behind when taking turns or slowing down.
I don’t know if 3D cameras ever took off or are taking off, but a simple invention could hasten their downfall. It’s called the Kúla Deeper, an add-on for standard DSLR cameras that uses mirrors to create two side-by-side images or videos.
Remember that holographic illusion of 2Pac? It actually wasn’t a hologram, but it was done using projectors and an angled surface with both reflective and transparent properties. Now you can recreate this illusion in miniature, using nothing more than your tablet, and an inexpensive device called the i-Lusio.