US and France – A smart bathroom mirror created by wellness company CareOS promises to cater for families’ overall wellbeing and long-term health.
The Poseidon made-to-measure mirror has the CareOS platform built in and functions as a private personal care device for total wellbeing. With a price tag starting at £2,310 ($3,000, €2,695) the mirror can be customised according to individual user needs, be it families with children or adults following particular care regimes.
For children, Poseidon can be programmed to feature interactive games to inspire teeth-brushing and bathing, alongside individual skin analysis for teens and adults, and tutorials for everything from posture to make-up application. With features including mood and eco-lighting, 360-degree visualisation and magnification, the mirror demonstrates how technology can help to drive daily wellbeing practices, while also tracking individual family habits through a supporting app.
As beauty technology gains momentum, artificial intelligence and bespoke algorithms are beginning to shape personal care and beauty regimes. We explore similar devices in our macrotrend, Algorithmic Beauty.