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The Latest Fitness-From-Home Mirror Uses AI and Live Trainers

Silicon Valley designer Yves Béhar joins a quickly crowding category.

Forme has a 43-inch screen, 4K resolution, voice control, and stowable arms for resistance training.

Forme has a 43-inch screen, 4K resolution, voice control, and stowable arms for resistance training.

Source: Fuseproject

Since its founding more than 20 years ago, Yves Béhar’s Fuseproject has created a range of innovative home products: a robotic crib, a TV that looks like a painting, door locks without keys. With co-founder Trent Ward, the San Francisco designer has now introduced Forme (pronounced “form”), an AI-powered “wellness machine” for the home that costs $149 per month.

The 6-foot-tall touch-response mirror looks a lot like Tonal, Mirror, and other competitors but has a larger screen (43 inches), 4K resolution, voice control, and stowable arms for resistance training. (Preorders will begin on May 1.)