In Pictures: Most wild, wacky and wonderful Wi-Fi installations

RF’s most odd, unusual, cool, intriguing network applications for work, fashion, health and play

Take a full-length mirror, peel off a section of the backing in the top right corner, and mount a tablet with a wired webcam. The result is Israel-based Pickn’Tell’s recording mirror, installed in clothing stores (on the floor, not in dressing rooms): you try on an outfit, stand in front of the mirror, use the Pickn’Tell iOS or Android app and a unique code to connect to the mirror’s tablet. Then you tell it to take a short video or pictures, view them on your device, and post them to your Facebook or Twitter account: your friends can comment in real-time. HuffingtonPost has details of the Pickn’Tell mirrors at trendy Runway Couture in New York City's SoHo district.

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