With the developments in sensors and artificial intelligence, many innovations in the field of health technologies have started to appear.

 One of these was the Anura MagicMirror, introduced by the technology company NuraLogic at CES 2024. This mirror can examine the face of the person in front of it and examine their health status.

Anura is shown as the first of its kind by its manufacturer and does not need to connect with any other device, log in or enter demographic information to use it. In this sense, it is a very easy-to-use device.

This 21.5-inch smart mirror examines the face of the person standing in front of it for 30 seconds. During this examination process, it detects and analyzes the blood flow on the user's face. With Transdermal Optical Imaging, the company's patented technology, the blood flow on the person's face is mapped.

 NuraLogix says that thanks to MagicMirror, people can be informed about blood pressure, body mass index, pulse regularity, pulse rate, frequency of breathing, and age of facial skin. The smart mirror can also detect the risk of many diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, stroke, stroke, hypertension, fatty liver disease, mental disorders and depression. 

For now, NuraLogix has not announced any price or release date for MagicMirror. This smart mirror is planned to be used in waiting areas in hospitals and doctors' offices, elderly care homes and other healthcare facilities.