Mirrors that display information, enhance the viewing experience, and enable the viewer to take certain actions. Having to say “Mirror mirror, on the wall” is optional.
Self-service with a modern twist. Creates a memorable visit and a more captive audience with the added ability for a store to upsell/cross-sell. Try on virtual glasses. Request new sizes. See news alerts. Oh, there’s a matching pair of shoes? Sure, I’ll try it!
Hardware independence. Here’s the thing: what makes mirrors magic is the novel merging of traditional tech. Under the covers, it’s nothing new for Intuiface. In fact, the mirror aspect is irrelevant. So the only question is how personalized the Intuiface experience needs to be. As noted, the range of capabilities for a magic mirror can be from a simple news aggregator (weather, time, tweets) to very custom, store-specific actions like calling a Sales Rep or requesting new sizes. These use cases will determine which additional Intuiface features should be used.