The Magic Mirror Globe (MMM-Globe) Module is a utility module I’ve created, that displays a live, rotating globe, and has been designed to look absolutely incredible on your Magic Mirror. The module can be configured to show default destinations, or you can customise it to highlight customised locations.
Feedback and improvement suggestions are welcomed.
(UPDATE) IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to the intensive calculations needed to construct the objects, and the computational ability needed, I do not recommend using this module if your Mirror uses a Raspberry Pi. Please only use this module if you have something a little more powerful driving your mirror. I don’t want my work to be responsible for any mishaps with your devices.
Download Link available on Github Page
- Initial Commit. Globe stable. ReadMe Added.
- Adjusted size translations to fit varying size monitors based on user feedback
Fantastic! This is going to save me so much time…
I actually don’t have a Magic Mirror of my own, I’d love for anyone to install this and let me know how it runs for them. Any pictures would be great also, I’d love to see this in use on someone’s mirror ;)
It actually works quite well… I just changed the two examples of location you had in there…
Awesome! How are the sizes for you?
That module looks sick. I’ll try it this evening.
@Eunanibus The sizes may be an issue… even the xsmall is quite big. I’m thinking on some smaller mirrors it’s going to eat a ton of room ;)
can you give me your monitor dimensions so i can adjust?
I have a 24" monitor rotated 90 degrees so the basically tipped up so length wise it’s up and down…
max resolution for 24" monitor … 1920 x 1080 resolution
@Eunanibus Can you make it smaller. I am using x-small on my main mirror, an 15.6 laptop screen rotated 90 degrees but it’s not rendering. The module does render when I visit the website from my phone or my laptop.
Aside from that, the module looks great.