@Egnos Well, I find the price is reasonable. At the time we built our house (4 years ago) sensors and actors for HomeKit accessories were not available, except for switching some outlets or similar. We wanted to retrofit a wireless home automation system, which works reliable and is flexible. Thus, the decision fell on Homematic. There are a few good platforms (open source) to combine various systems with each other, e.g. ioBroker (which I use) or openHub.
And yes, MMM-Homematic is the module I have on the mirror.
Thank you for your instructions. Unfortunately, this does not work for me. I have a 42 “frame over a 32” monitor.
The monitor is only a part of the touch frame area.
According to your instructions, no error message appears, but the ratio does not fit in the calibration. Do you have a tip for me here?
Need to build α magic mirror for my bathroom and i am a bit on the stuck side regarding h/w needed.
I do have a 13.3 monitor out of an old laptop,
I am considering buying a universal controller like this one,
I have noticed that there are other options as well but since an additional requirement is to drive an 8Ω 10w 6" speaker through this, i believe this is my best bet (it says that its audio output is 2ch 8W)
Do i need to buy an additional led backlight driver and if yes will the following do the job?
It has so many channels and cables that confuses me of which to plug, if any…
Is there any other option, simpler-leaner?
If you notice on the panelook link at the backlight section, it says that it is “with a led driver”. So does this mean that i do not need an extra driver? Hence, can the monitor just be plugged with the controller and work?
Will the controller handle the above spec’d speaker or will i need to install an amplifier as well?
thank you very much!
@Baassievalk i use the webcam everyday for my sleep/wake module, and have used it for voice driven modules, Alexa, and Assistant… (I m not using those last modules today)…
I have three systems that use the webcam everyday for motion detection
I use the DS18B20 temperature probes a lot so I was really excited to see a module for these. I noticed in the issues that there were a couple of people having problems.
I’m happy to say that I found the issues and posted the fix in the issues and this module now works very well.
The DS18B20s are great little devices if you want to measure one or more temperatures around the house.
I hope this helps others.
Salut! Je déterre ce sujet car je vois que ça parle français haha
EN ce moment pas mal de temps… on s’en passerait bien sur mais du coup je me suis remis sur la programmation de mon miroir… mais j’aurais besoin d’un peu d’aide pour la compréhension de la partie assistant MK2, il fonctionne, mais a part lui demander l’heure, la date, la météo… j’aurais voulu comprendre comment lui demander des actions précises, type mettre un réveil, éteindre l’affichage, contrôler spotify… a oui, comprendre aussi pour la partie module externe, j’ai un détecteur de mouvement et une sonde de température… bref, comprendre comment faire ça car je galère un peu haha je suis dispo en chat direct! Merci et bonne journée à tous ^^
@Miked180 see my response in the other topic…
i wrote a module for using a webcam to control screen…
it uses a linux module to detect camera motion
sudo apt-get install motion
I didn’t want to write and maintain code to interface to an unlimited list of potential cameras…
you can also screen capture on movement, or movie record on movement
MMM-SleepWake supports tvservice/dpms and module hiding as ways to blank the screen
(none of my TVs support dpms, and most of my MM systems are not PIs (which is only where tvservice works)
I just got off the phone from Mulfords, he has a 1200 occut here in perth, will sell a 550 x 320 for $10
looks like they have places in each state: https://www.mulfordplastics.com.au/contact-us/
Worth a call…