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Mirror, Mirror on My Cell Phone

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Mirror, Mirror on My Cell Phone

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Mirror, Mirror on My Cell Phone

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A New York technology designer has developed a digital mirror, equipped with infrared technology, that sends a live video feed to cell phones and e-mail accounts. It might be the fitting room of the future. How's this dress look? Hard to tell from that fuzzy cell-phone image.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne with a preview of the fitting room of the future. A New York technology designer has developed a new digital mirror. It's equipped with infrared technology that sends a live video feed to any cell phone or e-mail account. That means shoppers can get friends' opinions on outfits remotely. Friends could then text message back with comments such as, I think it was good but it's hard to tell in a cell phone.

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