"Smart" floors that monitor your movements might not be practical for a while yet, but this one seems like a lot of fun. The GravitySpace floor monitors your weight, and beams a mirror image of yourself back. After that, the image can do some neat activities, like play soccer. It could even perform customized functions just for you, like turning on your favorite TV show when you sit down on the couch, or monitor itself for unfamiliar footsteps, keeping you safe from intruders.
The glass floor is surrounded by infrared LEDs covered with pressure-sensitive film. Below the glass floor is a camera and projector. When someone steps down on the film, it stops the infrared beams. The camera notices that, and the projector can beam up an image (or move a soccer ball) in response. Presto: quality time with your mirror self.
Interesting, but I think my neck would get tired looking down.... lol.
More reasons for kids not to go outside and play.
As long as this screen leaves no finger prints, I think this would be great on a bathroom or dresser mirror and connected to the internet.
Right... because windows were enough of a deterrent for peeping toms. Now we got webcams, cameras on phones we take everywhere, cameras on our videogame stations... turns out we also need them in our floors and mirrors.... and don’t forget these things need internet, particularly in the privacy of the washroom.
I wonder how ladies wearing a dress will feel about this floor, lol?
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