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The inside of an ordinary bathroom mirror contains a gridwork of wires. Pressure sensitive switches on the surface of the mirror allow pictures or messages to be scribbled which will only activate those switches.
A motion/moisture sensor activates current when someone aproaches the foggy mirror after a shower.
The picture you've doodled then materialises through the condensation.

Prior art by FarmerJohn The_20Mirror_20I_20Mist
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, May 08 2011]

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       2 little knobs like an etch-a-sketch?
po, May 08 2011
  

       Only if it's a full-length "fairground" mirror.   

       If it's a problem, just wear a bath robe.
8th of 7, May 08 2011
  

       useful for practical jokes, especially if it can be done in the color of blood...
Voice, May 08 2011
  

       //2 little knobs like an etch-a-sketch?//   

       Do they?
MaxwellBuchanan, May 08 2011
  

       Heh. One of us does, the other prefers using a pencil.   

       In a bathroom font? Helwetica Condensed?
infidel, May 09 2011
  

       // bathroom font //   

       More of a baby bidet, actually.
8th of 7, May 09 2011
  

       [+] Cool title and idea!!
xandram, May 09 2011
  


 

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