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Thank you for taking the time to check this out, I am just starting out on my Magic Mirror journey, and I need some help already (lol)
I have an HP Pavilion 23TM I got for free from a family member, and I decided to try and make it into a Magic Mirror. It is a 23" Touch screen monitor…
So, the first thing I am looking for is some sort of one way mirror film that allows touch, or some other solution if anyone knows of one.
After I get that, I believe I can work my way through guides but I haven’t seen much in terms of touch screen Magic Mirrors…
Any help is appreciated!
Knox last edited by
using a touch screen behind glass may not work very well. When we mount tvs behind glass and want to enable a touch screen feature we add it with a touch film applied to the glass, then it goes to a computer that the monitor is also hooked up to and becomes the input source. In this case the TVs we’re using are usually just a regular LED panel not a touch panel.
I don’t want the touch screen behind glass.
I am looking for a one way reflective film to apply to the touch screen that will turn it into a one way mirror, but still allow its native touch ability to work.
strawberry 3.141 last edited by
That’s what I was looking for!!! Thank you!