on Thursday September 6th Mirror announced the general availability of its in-home fitness solution and on demand interactive home gym built into what looks like an ordinary full-length mirror but looks can be deceiving the device is essentially a one-way mirror baked into a giant LCD screen and behind your reflection it lets you see a personal trainer who guides you through a variety of workouts hang the mirror on a wall unroll your yoga mat or just clear a space on the floor and you’ve transformed a corner of your den into a home gym the perfectly designed interface shows up on the device during your workout showing heart rate and your exertion level thanks to a heart rate monitor and partnerships with most major device makers this smartly incorporates Fitness data that otherwise doesn’t efficiently tie into your exercise routine join a class at launch that includes cardio strength yoga Pilates bar boxing and stretch with levels ranging from beginner to expert and you can see icons representing others who are joining you even though they’re in their own living rooms across tongue or across the country classes are available both live and on-demand compete with your classmates compare notes about which exercises were the most grueling and more thanks to a built in camera atop the mirror you can even snap a selfie to share your progress with classmates the camera is not designed to record and share your workout of course the CEO of flywheel Sports gave me a spinning lesson last year to show off the company’s at-home bikes the device and company are remarkably polished a simple but elegant idea that is perfectly realized there’s a White Glove installation service the trainers are hand-picked and seemed genuine classes are streamed and recorded from a well-thought-out black walled studio with cameras at every angle there’s even a finance plan you can get mirror for as little as 164 dollars a month rather than dropping 1,000 $495 on it upfront a monthly content subscription cost $39