Interactive Mirrors | The Mirrors of the Future

Mirror, mirror on the wall, what’s the coolest mirror of all? I read many years ago in a Napoleon Hill book that successful people write their goals down.  I don’t know why, but I’ve always done this with lipstick on my bathroom mirror.  I think my thought process when I started doing this was that in the mornings when I’m getting ready, I’ll see my goals every day, right then and there, written down.

I’ve since found out that there are magic markers made specifically for doodling on mirrors. My son, now an avid mirror doodler, uses these markers all the time. However, it looks like writing on the mirror with lipstick or markers is soon going to be a thing of the past.

Meet the mirror of the future. I saw this particular mirror in a tweet sent by my dear friends, @ruhanirabin and @Flipbooks, and I fell in love with it. According to YouTube, “This mirror was conceptualized by Alpay Kasal of Lit Studios and Sam Ewen of Interference Inc. This is a patent pending touch capable mirror.” It kind of looks like a great big reflecting iPhone to me.

If you would like to learn more about the specifics of building an installation like this, check out In my opinion, this is brilliant and I can definitely imagine this mirror hanging nicely in my bathroom!