Every wanted a mirror to listen to music, that connects with your iPhone or iPod and can be controlled even with wet hands? That’s all possible with Digital Habbit(s) mirror because it's set up with an advanced gesture interface. In the stand-by position the mirror is a full oval. The shape is divided by a line of light that suggests the direction of the decomposition of the figure. The sliding movement reveals the functions of the product. The docking station comes out and a different light starts to illuminate the area where the sensors are active.
Open Mirror can be controlled by hand movements and let the user make basic interactions with the music player of
compatible devices. Move your hand from right to left and vice versa and get forward and backward song control. Stay on the middle or right position and make the volume down or up. Stay on the left position and play or pause the music.
Physical computing gives a new approach to the discipline of HCI (human computer interaction). People are more skilled in moving their bodies or hands in the space than grasping mouse or keyboards. Natural gesture is a way of
giving input that humans already know by their common experience. The sensors detect human gestures and the software interprets and decodes their complexity, generating a consistent output through various actuators.