Wize Mirror measures a person's overall health score and dishes out friendly health advice, too

Worlds away from talking mirrors of fairy tale fame, a group of researchers are developing a smart mirror that can actually tell if you are healthy or not. Semeoticons leads the study and development of the Wize Mirror that aims to detect early signs of disease in the person.

With the Wize Mirror, staring or looking at yourself in the mirror has gone beyond vanity purposes. Now, it has become your health tool to give you a daily check-up right in your bathroom or bedroom.

How does the Wize Mirror exactly work? Semeoticons is making the mirror with built-in sensors and scanners. The facial recognition software looks for signs of stress and anxiety. The 3D scanners analyze face shape to determine any weight loss or gain. The multispectral cameras gauge the heartbeat as well as the hemoglobin levels of the blood, while the gas sensors analyzes a sample of the user’s breath.

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