Unique gift reflects broad appeal

The Muse Mirror, a smart mirror created by URI graduates that allows users to shop and "try on" products on the device. The mirror is currently set up at a kiosk in the Providence Place Mall. Co-founder and CEO Toye Onikoyi, with the mirror. PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
The concept started as a gift: Toye Onikoyi, a ­University of Rhode Island graduate who was working as an engineer at Rite-Solutions Inc. in Middletown, wanted to give his girlfriend an anniversary present that would have practical, everyday use. This idea became the first Muse Mirror, an interactive device that streamlines beauty routines, video calls,…

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