The days of taking blurry sunglass selfies at the department store accessories counter might soon be in the rearview mirror.
This week, Neiman Marcus locations in San Francisco and Palo Alto, Calif., welcome Sunglass Memory Mirrors. The "mirror," which is really a digital screen equipped with a special camera, records images and videos of the customer, letting them compare side-by-side images of them wearing sunglasses. The customer can share them on social media or by e-mail, or save them to access later. The screen looks like a large mirror on the counter, and the interaction is comparable to taking a photo with a smartphone or sharing a filtered video on Snapchat.
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