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Selfie Toaster: Eat Your Face

Selfie Toasters

Fancy spreading some jam on your mug and eating your face every day? Sounds a bit crazy but that’s what you’ll be doing if you get one of these custom toasters from the Vermont Novelty Toaster Corp. The Selfie Toaster is essentially that: a toaster that lets you toast an imprint of your face onto every slice of bread you pop into it.

All you have to do is upload your selfie and fork over 75 bucks. Vermont will then use Photoshop and a CNC plasma cutter to “transfer” your face from the photo onto a metal plate, which is then fitted into the toaster.

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This Mirror Takes Your Selfies and Posts Them Online

Selfie mirror

Take a selfie every day? Then this mirror is for you. It’s aptly called the S.E.L.F.I.E.–which is the abbreviation of the “Self Enhancing Live Feed Image Engine.” It seems kind of forced, but at least they made it work with the acronym. Staying true to its name, the Selfie mirror takes your selfies without your outstretched arm or that monopod showing up in the frame.

It’s powered by a Mac Mini computer hidden on the other side. The mirror is equipped with a webcam and LED lights that are connected to an Arduino chip, which functions as your timer. All you have to do is say cheese, and voila! The mirror takes a snapshot and posts it to your social media profile in a snap.

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The iLuv Selfy is the Smartphone Case For the Selfie-Obsessed

iLuv Selfy Case

Love selfies? Then you’ll love the iLuv Selfy smartphone case, which was designed for users who take selfies and groufies almost obsessively. The case is simple and unobtrusive enough. But the selfie factor lies with the remote trigger functionality, as it comes with a detachable remote at the back to trigger the phone’s rear camera.

Aside from added convenience, the case gives the would-be selfie and groufie takers to pose and compose themselves before taking a shot. Since the shutter is triggered remotely, they also have ample time to position themselves to make sure that no one’s head gets cut off in the shot.

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