I thought I would share with you my first MagicMirror project.
Also want to say thank you to the entire community for the healthy support and commitment to the MagicMirror and all it’s newbies, I for one truly appreciate it.
I am currently using the following modules
MMM-HomeAutomation (local hack of ‘mmm-openhabfloorplan’ used for displaying home automation, power and local weather station data)
Frame was made from reclaimed barn wood and glass is Dielectric TV Mirror from twowaymirrors.com
Screen is a Dell (S2718D) S series 27-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor
This monitor has a USB-C power adapter with a USB-C pass through which I used to power the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
I also have attached a USB speaker and USB microphone (both currently unused)
I have had a lot of fun building the home automation portion that displays the status of more than 100 smart home devices including indoor and outdoor lighting, security sensors, thermostats, fan controls and smart roller shades.
Here are a couple of pictures of the mirror
I freakin love the reclaimed wood! Well done, sir!
@vvrangler Perfect… looks nice
does your MMM-Globe module update automatically (update interval)?
My Globe only update after refresh browser…
@Stoffbeuteluwe it does, but I had problems with it when I first installed it and ended up making some changes to the code to make it work for me.
Awesome work, really awsome!
@vvrangler can you post the changes of the code please…?
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Could you say how you got MMM-iCloud-Client working?
Seems like the module can‘t login even if I create a app specific password and I‘m not the only one with this problem.
Really nice! Love the frame!
Great work! I love the fame. It gives the mirror cool touch.