from now on mirror orders in different geometrical forms are possible 🙂
I have created a new thread for this so that this information in the existing thread for the orders will not be overlooked. The conditions can be found in the picture below. You will continue to receive all existing edges including geometric shapes polished, if you want. 😉
The orders themselves continue to run on the respective thread.
If you are interested, please deposit a note in “additional comments” and send me a drawing of your desire 😉
@justaguywithamm MM will display the same stuff on both monitors, and no sharing/page flipping differently
so if u have 3 pages, then u have the same 3 pages on each monitor.
you ‘could’ run multiple instances of MM on the same machine from different folders
MagicMirror1 on large monitor and MagicMirror2 on smaller monitor
two different config.js , and custom.css
ASSUMING you can have two monitors on the same machine… I have two HMDI connected monitors on my Pi4 and it works great
using chrome as the browser (instead of electron) you can use local (on the same system as the browser) css to customize the experience
this is like for daughter/son showing MM on their own computers… one can have one color scheme and another a different one and MagicMirror doesn’t know
I think I will try the one recommended in this tutorial first, it all arrived yesterday, this afternoon I start the tests (… and the swearing …: -) …), my hands are big and my sight it’s not much …
I will also try the css code to increase the brightness of the characters.
I am attaching some photos on the state of the work, I would say that I am at a good point, too bad for the infrared pir that stole some time, if I knew that there was this tutorial I passed directly to the doppler sensors …
That’s okay, art that comes in 🙂
@stalker401 Flush would be perfect but you can go bigger. You would probably notice a slight border effect. My mirror is considerably bigger than the screen and you can really notice the screen through the mirror. Upgrade due…
So I’m in NJ and i host women empowerments events. Theres a brand that wants to partner and have their logo and some positive affirmations that event attendees can swipe through for selfie moments with the mirror. Something like what fotomasterltd.net does
I have updated the MMM-ImagesPhotos module to do opacity transitions and also blurring around the edges.
its not always in sync, and sometimes the blurred background drowns out everything else…(cpu wise)
I see the same glitches on my i7-2600k linux desktop
electron doesn’t use the gpu
i also have a jetson nano (arm64) and odroid (arm7 like pi) , both faster than 4, but still show the glitches.
I’ve spent about a year working on different changes to improve the performance, and while I’ve got significant improvement
blur kills it (but I like it!)
I want to take a laptop monitor in its chassis and make it a monitor/keyboard for my desktop so I can use it easily from my couch. Unfortunately, I know nothing about LCD controller board.
I don’t know if this asking people to do too much research or anything like that, but I don’t know how to tell which parts I should buy. I don’t currently have a laptop panel in mind, as I am intending to buy it with its associated chassis. My goal is to make something that looks like a laptop, but is actually a peripheral to a desktop that connects to it with a USB C cable that has a monitor, keyboard, and some other peripherals. I have a few requirements for the monitor:
15 or 17 inch, at least 1080p (preferably 1440p, at least 120 Hz.
I want it to be able to be powered with the power a USB C cable can provide.
Ideally, I would want a panel that goes to a laptop with a fairly thick chassis to I can work in it for my other peripherals
I hope this is something someone can help me with. I don’t really know if this is on topic for this forum, but this seems to be the largest place where LCD boards are discussed. If this is the wrong place and anyone can direct me to a better forum, that would be great.
@joeronimo, I tried film but it didn’t work. Acceptable quality was with acrylic. Because the acrylic is quite thin and the reflected image was “in waves” I glued it on a thin glass and the reflection was much better. The next step was the mirror glass. Of course, the most successful mirror. It doesn’t make sense to spend money for components, frame and monitor but with film. The result will be unsatisfactory.
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@flavitofive nights at freddy’s You posted the model type of the LCD panel. So I assume you don’t have a complete monitor but just the naked panel. Hence your question about connecting it to the pi.
What you need is a LCD controller board. I wrote a lot about those in this forum already and I don’t want to repeat myself all the time. So have a look here and here. Maybe use the forum search. You should find all the information you need.
What I can tell you is that your panel is 21.5 inch, FullHD (1920x1080) and it has a 30-pin 2-Channel, 8-bit interface.
You’ll find solutions as cheap as 3-4€ with a bit of hands-on work, 10€ for plug’n’play but a relay is needed if you want to use a PIR-sensor, or 30€ for a board with the needed firmware pre-installed. They all have pros (e.g. price) and cons (custom wiring).
Read a bit and if you have further questions you just ask again. Usually I look at the forum daily or at least every two days.
Disclaimer: I am with no means an expert here. I just went through the same research when I build my mirror.