Several years back I built a MagicMirror, Just the Display anyway. Using a 30" LCD TV. Anyway back then I was following the authors general directions. I never got around to encasing it. It was a Japanese Style Frame he built. I did save it to my Hard Drives, but through the years of drive failures and not doing such a good back of it I have been searching for about a week and have found nothing resembling this frame.
The frame was somewhat interlocking in the pieces, they were somewhat ornamental, but all done by saw and a lot of sanding. I am not having the time to get back to this wonderful project and of course would update it for the software.
If anyone can point me to this frame patterns/ design I can take it from there.
Thanks in advance.
@Mykle1 OHH how cool - very nice… I’m actually playing around trying to turn-off and turn-on my MM-display with HDMI-CEC commands from Alexa AVS Sample using Fauxmo. But I’m not sure if it will work (RPI3 both running Alexa AVS and Fauxmo at the same time) - the brilliant part with using Fauxmo (I think) is that it must appear as a Wemo device in WeMo-app on my SmartPhone - then I can turn on my MM with both voice or WeMo-app.
I would certainly NOT trust it to tape, and if you are not allowed to put any holes in the wall at all, then the only thing you might want to try is hanging the mirror using an over-the-door hook, something like this:
You should be able to find something similar, and likely more apt at a local hardware store.
Otherwise I’d recommend just leaning it against the wall and don’t bother hanging it until you move to a permanent home.