Mirror, mirror, on the wall, does this outfit make me look good, bad, fat or tall?
A New York-based designer has come up with a mirror equipped with infrared technology that sends a live video feed to any cell phone, e-mail account or personal digital assistant device selected by a shopper.
Christopher Enright, chief technology officer for digital design company IconNicholson, said putting these mirrors outside store fitting rooms meant women could go shopping with their friends -- remotely.
"She could be in Paris, your mom, watching you try on your wedding dress (while you are in New York)," Enright told Reuters Tuesday as he unveiled the interactive mirror at a retail trade show.
Using the interactive mirror, a shopper's friends can then text message back with comments about the outfit.
After all these years I've been practising how not to get taken on shopping trips, now they can simply phone me and ask if their bum looks big in this?