Even Samsung is game, just recently unveiling the first commercial installation of its Mirror Display in a Korean salon.
Not to be left behind, Microsoft has revealed its own "Magic Mirror" DIY attempt, utilizing a Raspberry Pi and, of course, Windows 10 IoT Core.
Perhaps that is partly thanks to having more resources at its disposal, though Microsoft promises that the whole setup is low-cost and can be assembled by anyone.
Yes, this mirror will be able to identify your face.
Luckily for those who plan on mimicking this project, Microsoft already provides facial recognition API in its "Microsoft Cognitive Services."
Microsoft has made the source code of the app available as open source and even gives the list of materials it used.