I rarely, if ever, take (or have someone take) a picture of myself. It’s not that I hate who I am or what I look like, it’s more that I just don’t care about having photographic evidence that I existed. But I am a minority in this life choice and since the ENTIRE WORLD seems to think that sharing photos of their new outfits is necessary, I present to you S.E.L.F.I.E, the The Self Enhancing Live Feed Image Engine.
Basically, it’s a medicine cabinet whose innards have a webcam, a MacMini with facial recognition software and LED lights (which, on the front of the mirror) will count you down before it captures your mug and posts it on Twitter for all your followers (which I am assuming is your family members).
The company behind this piece of technology that will surely be hidden inside women’s locker rooms all over the country is iStrategyLabs and while they don’t list a price for the S.E.L.F.I.E, you can “Hit them Up” and ask for one.
Yep, I am never leaving the house again.
If you’d like to see the S.E.L.F.I.E in action or whatever, there’s a video about it after the break. Meanwhile, I am going to be checking out all the mirrors in my house just in case.
Source: Red Ferret