Yves Béhar has more than a few lauded design projects under his belt, but his self-founded design firm, Fuse Project, has helped to innovate upon many of the world’s drab everyday items, recreating them in a more ergonomic light. Now, the outfit has stepped forward to make in-home exercise more appealing than ever before, thanks to its Forme Smart Mirror.
This full-sized reflective peripheral isn’t anything new; in fact, we’ve seen alternative companies take advantage of high-resolution displays with built-in technology in the past. However, Fuse Project’s attractive peripheral is certainly a more refined take on today’s contemporary offerings, calling upon a six-foot surface, a microphone, camera, and embedded speakers that will allow you to deviate from the intimidating gym setting for a more secluded at-home workout. Using the device’s adjustable cast-aluminum arms, you’ll be guided through exercises by an interactive instructor, allowing you to push, pull, and sweat your way to a better body. It’ll even give you a daily recommendation for workouts based on your previous experiences, body weight, and ideal activity. The best part? When you’re not working out, the device is able to be turned off and packed away, allowing it to become a subtle aspect of any room. Head to Fuse Project’s website to learn more about the $3,995 Forme.
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