Kohler's True Light mirror backstage at New York Fashion Week.
Kohler wants to get in on the augmented reality action.
The Wisconsin-based company, perhaps best known for manufacturing kitchen and bath fixtures, is working on the launch of mirrors that will serve as platforms for augmented reality technologies, WWD has learned.
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