Update: Philips have just lowered the price for the interactive mirror to €2,490. Nice price drop, but it's still extremely expensive...

Philips just announced that the LivingShapes interactive OLED mirror is now shipping - for €2,990 (just over $4,000 - and quite a bit more expensive that the €1,500 they said when they launched it in June). The mirror uses 64 (8x8) square OLED panels and infrared sensors that detects the outline of the person looking at the mirror and switches off the OLEDs that are in the field of vision - thus turning it into a mirror. It's clever and beautiful and quite cool in my opinion...

The OLED panels are 42x44.2 mm in size, have a color temperature of 3,000K and have a typical luminance of 1,500 cd/m2. The total lumen output when all OLEDs are on is 400 lm.

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