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 😉
My current MagicMirror is an old 40" LCD TV. It’s positioned in area that get a lot of light and is quite hard to read. I am considering rebuilding it with something might brighter. What TV would recommend? Something around 55" would be fantastic.
@ZiggidyZ That could be a good unit… I’d personally take it off the stand if you’re going to put it in an enclosure, and use a low profile vesa mount like this. You could also build up like a mirror project, just use a clear piece of front material in lieu of a 2 way mirror.
I never could get the motion sensing to work as well as I’d like. My solution at night is as others mentioned: a cron job to shut down and then a smart outlet to cut power 5 min later. The smart outlet turns on at 5:45AM so my MM is up and running when I wake up.
I also implemented a screensaver to run after a period of inactivity to prevent screen burn-in.
it seems that the Aqara M2 Hub should work with this module. Has anyone tested this or is using it in the moment? I only want to display multiple Aqara temperature sensors on my MagicMirror without the need to install Home Assistant.
Recently, I’ve been trying to read data from a BME280 sensor connected to an ESP32. However, the ESP´s are crashing all the time and I can´t identify the error. I’m looking for a reliable solution that just works.
And I guess the fact that these Sensors communicate with Zigbee is also a better solution
@Syosse - In my experience, the light transmission from film is very different than a one-way mirror glass. The film is a compromise for those on a budget. The film will not let as much light through from the monitor as a purchased piece of mirror glass. In my case, the film lets in about 30% of the monitor’s display and the mirror glass lets 50% through.
Ok, now it’s clear, thank you very much. I’ve now ordered a mirror glass.