When it comes to picking out a new pair of glasses, one problem usually stands in the way: since you're looking at new glasses, you're so blind that you can't see yourself wearing them in the first place. Another problem for those of us with not-so-symmetrical faces (and that's pretty much all of us), what you see in the mirror isn't what everyone else sees – just the opposite, in fact. Enter Smart Mirror, a system for optometry offices that allows patients to view up to four frame styles at a time. It also allows them to print out the images for viewing and discussion with those who have to look at their assymetrical mug. While this thing isn't going to turn any heads from a technological standpoint, it is a good application of things we already can do. Now go get those black rims you've been dreaming about.