I wanted to inform you that your mirrors were sent to the post office today and should arrive soon Have fun with it Best regards
PS: I would also like to express a little annoyance. Unfortunately, there is someone among the customers who has ordered a mirror from me and has several times put off the payment and hast always promsed the transfer. Since I did not want to keep waiting the other users who paid on time, I paid his mirror out of my own pocket to complete the order. Now he does not answer anymore and I sit on the mirror and on the money I have paid.
So if a user needs a mirror of 0.8x0.5m with polished edges, I have one ready pack left.
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
Sorry for my really late reply, I have been working on the module for a while, getting the mouse control to work.
As for your request, I did not know of the MMM-GroveGestures module. I had a look at it and the basic commands are basically the same although the code is written a bit differently. The gestures sequence though is a nice feature and I will look into that and try to do it the following days, but I am not really sure what actions should I bind to those new gestures.
@lorcalhost Are you interested in buying a smart mirror hardware kit? Customize the frame size you need And install the mirror control panel and so on. You just need to install the Raspberry Pi by yourself.
I was throwing around a few ideas in my head while applying privacy mirrored film to a few windows in my condo and had the realization that potentially the need for glass in a smart mirror could be circumvented entirely by applying the film directly to the monitor?
I realize you’d have to apply the film in the opposite way it was intended, with the clear peel-off film facing outward and essentially only apply the film using the suction created by squeegeeing the water out but does anyone have any knowledge of whether this method works?
For my purposes I don’t need a flawless mirror but am concerned that perhaps the static generated by the LCD screen may have an affect on the longevity of the film staying on the screen. Thanks for any help.
Hi I’m trying to build a magic mirror that would have touch capabilities, and I have seen some ir frames with multi touch only support multi touch on windows or mac and woundn’t work with a raspberry pi. I was thinking of getting this frame https://www.peauproductions.com/collections/pq-labs-g5-integration-kit-touch-frames/products/z-pq-g5-2k-ig-32
But I don’t know if it would work.
Has anyone had a multi touch frame that worked?
That guide is a little old. Yes, it will still work as described. However, I’ve left Windows behind where MagicMirror is concerned. If I were writing that guide today I would be urging the use of ubuntu. Continue what you are doing, by all means. If all else fails, consider trying ubuntu.
@BandNerd1002 - Not to worry. First, let’s get your config.js off of your SD card.
Using the Windows File Explorer, browse through the boot drive and look for the config.js file. Copy that to your computer. (if it turns out that you can’t find this file, no worries. We’ll recreate it later).
If you were able to backup your config.js file, great! If not, no big deal. At this point, I suggest you follow the Complete Setup Tutorial. It will walk you through prepping your SD card and getting your Magic Mirror reinstalled.
A couple things to note about the tutorial:
It’s Raspian Stretch now. Download the full version with the recommended software.
The command to clear out some installed & unnecessary software will fail due to some of the listed software not being included. Try running the command one application at a time and skipping the ones that aren’t found.
Once you have your mirror back up and running, you can copy your config.js file back to your Raspberry Pi. Then you just have to re-clone and re-build all of the modules you had downloaded.
Hey folks, long time no see !
I have found the solution, there is a green cable coming from the electrical transformer to the electronic card, cut the wire and put a relay, instant display, minimal electrical consumption
Sorry if i am not clear
When you turned it off before, how did you power down the pi? Did you use the inline power button in the power cable? If so, it’s possible that the card might have been corrupted. If you have a known good backup, I would try flashing that back to the card to see if it boots. I don’t know why the power supply includes a push button switch, as this is a known way to mess things up. It’s best to SSH in and use the command sudo shutdown instead, or wire up a momentary switch to the GPIO that runs a script to execute that command.
However the fact that you say that not even the red light comes on leads me to believe there is a larger problem, and the board might indeed be dead. If you have a spare SD card lying around, try flashing NOOBS on it and see if that boots.