Borderless bathroom mirror
Hello @tomsterand sorry for the late reply, I was out of town for a few days. I am planning to shoot few 4K/60 videos with my GoPro in different lightning conditions today, so that everyone can see the mirror in action.
Great work, Ivanov! I’m working on a similar build. (Frameless, LEDs, Motion Detection).
I’m curious, how are you powering the LEDs and Pi?
Right now I’m running a 5v10a PSU, splitting it to power both: Pi 3b+ and a strip of Ws2812b.
Getting a low power draw (lightning bolt symbol) signal on my Pi. I’m also running a separate PSU to power my monitor. Do you happen to be powering everything from one power supply?
@bkost I am using three different PSUs - A 5V 3A for the RPi, a separate 5V 30W for the LED strip and the original PSU for the display, but it all depends on your setup and the length of the LED strip. However, I would advise you to have separate PSUs as the LED strip draws quite a lot of current especially if all channels, including the white are used.
https://youtu.be/wqJNxCwOmck - the latest video of my mirror showing the different artificial lights that I have in the bathroom and how the light is reflected.