X-Ray Mirror Shows What You Look Like On The Inside [Video]

X-Ray Mirror Shows What You Look Like On The Inside [Video]
technology

See your organs, bones, and muscles move in real time.

Tiffany Nesbit
  • 17 april 2014

As infants, humans are able to recognize themselves in mirrors from around the age of 18 months. With that recognition, we become interested in our physical bodies, beginning to use mirrors as a way to groom ourselves and perceive any changes. Over time X-Rays, MRIs and CAT scans have been developed so that we can get an idea of what’s going on inside of our bodies; but it wasn’t until now, with the invention of the ‘digital mirror,’ that we have been allowed a more complete view of our insides.

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