Getting ready every morning is always easier when you've got some music to help you kickstart the day. There are alarm clocks that work as MP3 docks and hidden speakers, but this is the first time we've seen a mirror being used for music. It kind of makes sense though, since the mirror is where you spend the most time getting ready in the morning and before going out at night.
The Open Mirror is a mirror version of Digital Habit(s)' Amplifier Whit Docking system, which is a speaker system that slides open to hold an iPod or iPhone. However, instead of sliding speakers open to reveal a docking system, you slide the oval shaped mirror instead.
Open Mirror is controlled by sensors so you can adjust the volume, pause, or skip to the next song by placing your hand under the sensors you programmed to do certain actions. You can make it so the right side of the mirror triggers skipping to the next song, the middle is to pause and the left is to turn up the volume — whatever feels the most natural to you.
Since Open Mirror is an open source design, in order to get one you need to buy the kit and assemble it yourself.
(Images: Digital Habit(s))