Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the most brilliant of them all?
Inspired by the mirrors typically seen adorning the walls of Hollywood’s green rooms, as well as dark bathrooms, the aptly named Bathroom Mirror was designed to add some brilliance to the once-mundane accessory. Maker Jean Wlodarski decided to equip his circular mirror with not only a capacitive touch dimmer, but an anti-condensation heating system and various lighting sequences otherwise unimaginable in a restroom.
The mirror itself is surrounded by 12 LED bulbs, which were strategically selected so that it could function as a clock. Each of the LEDs in its latest iteration are driven by an Xmega256A3BU, which allowed Wlodarski to add a motion sensor, a capacitive touch sensor dimmer, as well as an internal clock to adjust the luminosity depending on the time of day.
With its frame comprised of wood, all the electronic components and LEDs are mounted on a bottom ring, while an upper ring was given holes allocated…
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