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 thread: https://forum.magicmirror.builders/topic/4816/two-way-community-order-for-europe-open-until-19-november-2017/21
If you are interested, please deposit a note in “additional comments” and send me a drawing of your desire
Well, I got it working!
MM and Google AIY on one RPI; great!
But I am not a technical person and need help.
Before I placed the AIY Hat, I had a pir connected to GPIO22.
Now the Hat covers all the GPIO pins, I still want to connect the Pir.
Is it possible to connect it to the bottom right connectors (saying GPIO22)?
Thanks for your help!
Working on home automation and found this magic mirror which seems to be interesting to get integrated with mesh sensors,
So can you please suggest how can I connect the mesh based sensor with magic mirror and create design of dashboard tracker to share the temperature readings with Bar graph,
Also need to know how can I send my sensor readings to internet cloud database store the data check previous data whenever needed?
Please suggest the better way to make this process functional
will be very helpful.
I just started working on my firts magicmirror
And like everybody thought of making a frame with an glas 2-way mirror or an acrylic piece with folie over it.
Bot tonight I thought: "Way not putting the folie right over te monitor?"
That would eliminate the glas or acrylic part.
Hi everyone, I know there is a lot of questions posted about how reflective film compares to glass, so I wanted to share a comparison I made between the two.
I’m using two way mirror with a visible transmission of 11%, and comparing to Gila Reflective Film with a rating of 18%. They are mounted onto the same monitor with the same settings.
Comparison album: https://imgur.com/a/pXQc66Y
I also made a more in depth blog post comparing the two which rates these on Reflection, Transmission, and Simplicity. To give you the notes: the glass mirror looks better, but the film is so much easier to build its a great starting point.
In addition to TwoWayMirror’s post, check locally with business that sell security and/or construction services to hospitals and police stations. Both of those institutions need large two way mirrors installed during initial construction or renovations. They might be able to point you to a local glass supply business or glazier.
That said, I’ve used TwoWayMirrors.com and they’re good people.
I’ll just chime in and say that I’ve bought two mirrors from www.twowaymirrors.com and couldn’t be happier. The first was a weird size (88" x 15" or so) that was for my office. The second was a normal size for a 24" monitor.
I didn’t take pictures unfortunately, but the 88x15 mirror arrived in a custom crate that was built like a tank. I was quite pleased with the service I received.
Here is a link to a comparison post I made a few days ago on the types we offer! https://www.twowaymirrors.com/how-to-choose-your-smart-mirror/
We do ship worldwide - the acrylic two way has the cheapest shipping internationally.
Even if you end up going with a different vendor, it is super valuable info to see the visual differences with the mirror types.
Avoid the two way film if you can, it creates a funhouse effect and the reflection is dark/blurry in comparison.
I was frustrated with the lack of custom sizes and the shipping gouging so I’m looking to get into this space to help other MM builders get a good price without the BS. I’m a member of Sector67 (Friendly local hackerspace.) so I have plenty of space to store and process imported mirrored acrylic.
If you could let me know the size, thickness, price, shipping cost and the state you where in it would better help me understand the demands and current pricing in the market.
If we can do this cheaper as a community then way not.
Thanks for your help.