Read the statement by Michael Teeuw here.
Capacitive Touch Screen Foil
As a part of a university project we are currently building a magic mirror. We were given this monitor https://www.amazon.de/Hannspree-HT231HPB-Monitor-Diagonal-schwarz/dp/B00FMB15TC/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1516607267&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=HT231+HannsG and a Raspberry Pi 3. Other than that we have a budget of about 70 quit. The question is how can we get the monitor to work through a two way mirror? Since it is a capacitive screen I heard that those tend to make a bit of problem when I comes to metallic infused foils or glass. Can anyone help me figure out a way to make this work with our monitor?
Thank you very much for your ideas or help.
Since it is a capacitive screen I heard that those tend to make a bit of problem when I comes to metallic infused foils or glass.
I think that’s only a problem if you intend to use “touch” with the mirror. If you don’t use touch you can simply build normally.
@Mykle1 yeah the thing is that the app relies on touch dir Input so…