A Google engineer is spreading the knowledge of how to turn any mirror digital

A few types of DIY smart mirrors have been circulating on the internet for awhile now. This visually stimulating technology yields quite a futuristic effect despite its simple composition. A number of these devices have been self-made using simple materials, making it a totally accessible innovation for those who aren’t so tech-savvy. One Google employee shows you exactly how he made his own.

Max Braun, an engineer at Google whose smart mirror design went viral earlier this year, provided one of the most concise and thorough tutorials as well as the cleanest design. His sleek, simple and notably subtle composition makes the smart mirror less of a must-have new gadget and more like an update to something essential. It enhances the daily routine, without interfering with or interrupting it.

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