As stated earlier, the most common size of mobile computing device is pocket-sized that can be hand-held, but other sizes for mobile devices exist, too. Mark Weiser, known[by whom?] as the father of ubiquitous computing, computing everywhere, referred to device sizes that are tab-sized, pad and board sized, where tabs are defined as accompanied or wearable centimetre-sized devices, e. g. smartphones and smart cards, and pads are defined as hand-held decimetre-sized devices, e. g. , laptops and tablets. If one changes the form of the mobile devices in terms of being non-planar, one can also have skin devices and tiny dust-sized devices. Dust refers to miniaturised devices without direct HCI interfaces, e. g. , micro electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), ranging from nanometres through micrometers to millimetres. See also Smart dust. Skin: fabrics based upon light emitting and conductive polymers and organic computer devices. These can be formed into more flexible non-planar display surfaces and products such as clothes and curtains, see OLED display. Also see smart device.
To make the makeover party invites , print out a large or medium-sized printable hand mirror shape template onto white or light blue paper. You could actually print it onto any color of paper to match your birthday party theme. Use glitter to embellish on the outer edges , write the party details on the “glass” part and you’ll have a great makeover party invitation on your hands.