The Magic Mirror Globe (MMM-Globe) Module is a utility module that displays a live rotating globe comprised of hex-shapes. The module can be configured to show default destinations, or you can customise it to highlight locations special to you. You can also adjust the size of the globe itself.
- Initial Commit. Globe stable. ReadMe Added.
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@Eunanibus first of all, i want to thank you for this great module. But i have a problem with . when i try to put it in my config.js nothing happend on my mirror may be i have a wrong config so if you or another can help me it we be really good
I have also tried to add it only in the config.js.sample and I can’t make this module to be displayed, only the default modules.
I’ve just seen this information about this module on a raspberry pi:
…I do not recommend using this module if your Mirror uses a Raspberry Pi…
Maybe that’s my problem, I suppose.
@qu1que hm, I installed the module, cut/pasted the sample config.js entry from the readme, added
my location and started mirror… works perfect, altho it stomps on everything around it…
it rotates the globe, and I find it odd that the Antarctica region rotates opposite of the globe rotation
(globe rotates from left toward the right, while Antarctica rotates to the left)
That test was made on a raspberry pi?
@qu1que yes… pi4.
I have a pi3 and pi 0 I can try on too…
I have try it on a 3B+ but no image of the Globe showed
@qu1que u need to enable the opengl driver…
run raspi-config from the commandline,
Advanced Options (7), GL Driver (A7), OpenGL desktop driver with full KMS (G3)
the module doesn’t list this as a requirement