Introducing the selfie mirror, a mirror that takes pictures of you and then automatically uploads them to your Twitter feed. Does this news prove we're the only ones on the entire planet who are totally over selfies? We guess so.
The mirror, which we're assuming you hang in your bathroom AKA the birthplace of the selfie, was developed by US-based digital agency iStrategyLabs to solve that niggling problem of arm length... Um, what?
As all avid selfie-takers will know, it can be a hard task to include everything you want in the shot because, you know, your arm is only a certain length and aside from taping your phone to a stick (or getting someone else to take the photo for you, duh!) there's not much you can do about it.
That's where the aptly named SELFIE or "The Self Enhancing Live Feed Image Engine" mirror comes in.
Behind the two-way glass sits a Mac mini computer and a web cam ready and waiting to take a snap of your face and share it on Twitter using facial recognition software installed on the hard drive.
LED lights behind the glass indicate when a selfie is being taken... So hopefully you wont be caught off guard while brushing your teeth.
While the mirror isn't actually available to buy just yet, the developers are keen for anyone who wants one in their home to get in touch. Kim Kardashian, we're looking at you.
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Discover more about the selfie mirror in the video below...