Selfies are the fad of this era, and are a pretty interesting one at that. A photo that you take of yourself from an awkward angle with your handheld device is perhaps the definition for a selfie.
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There is always a drawback with selfies and that is that you can never get the whole of everything into the picture, thanks to your not-so-long hands. Here is an absolutely incredible invention that aids with the selfie syndrome.
Named the Self Enhancing Live Feed Image Engine and abbreviated as S.E.L.F.I.E., this device is a simple mirror with two way capabilities. It can click pictures of you automatically and even post them on Twitter.
Developed by iStrategy Labs, a digital agency from the USA, S.E.L.F.I.E. is simply a fun and easy method to take selfies without the irritating arm length limitation.
Embedded with a Mac mini hidden behind the two way-mirror, this device also has a web cam and LED lights to assist in its job. The Mac recognizes you with the help of its face-recognition software, and starts clicking photos of you, with the LED lights blinking every time a photo is taken. All you have to do is stand there and smile your gorgeous smile.
You better be ready with your very own logo, because the device will stick it onto every selfie, before sending it out to Twitter for sharing. S.E.L.F.I.E. is a lot like a photobooth, but more simplistic in that it looks like nothing but a big shiny mirror.
According to developers, the device could find application in various environments, whether it’s a business requirement of just for fun at a bar. Presently, the S.E.L.F.I.E. is only an experiment, but iStrategyLabs will ship you out one if you order.