SMS Mirror

SMS Mirror

An “sms receiving mirror”? When I read the title I was certain that it was yet another looks-awsome-but-you-will-never-be-able-to-buy-one concept.

But it actually turns out that the +336+ SMS Mirror is a real product. It will cost you $10 000 though and it is only a limited edition of 20 units.

The +336+, designed by Robert Stadler (of the French design group Radi Designers), is a mirror able to receive SMS messages sent from a mobile phone. The messages appear as luminous text, running on the mirrors’ surface when one gets close to the mirror.

(Via Style Files)

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Robert Birming

About Robert Birming

Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Robert is a blogger and musician with an eye on innovative gadgets and design geekiness.

7 Responses to “SMS Mirror”

  1. For vain and rich people only. Haha.

  2. May I ask?
    What the function of this miror

  3. It’s a “a mirror able to receive SMS messages sent from a mobile phone.” In other words, a fun project. ūüôā

  4. Sor2y
    does the mirror use Power…!

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