Bathroom Magic Mirror
spitzlbergerj last edited by
@simtechben Hi, I connected the radar sensor like a PIR sensor and followed this description in the broadest sense (https://www.nils-snake.de/archives/magic-mirror-bewegungssensor-einbauen-teil-5). I adapted the script to my needs. But the logic is still as described in the article.
Now I glued the radar sensor outside in the middle of the lower frame board with white tape. So it lies horizontally on the frame at the bottom. Not optimal in alignment, but it works and my wife agreed
As described above, I would simply place it behind the mirror if there was no Dibond plate or if it had a corresponding cutout.
Ramez last edited by
really nice just a small question, how did you mount it to the bath wall? you drilled the wall for some hings or what?
spitzlbergerj last edited by spitzlbergerj
Thank you for your kind words of praise.
On picture 7 you can see my assembly construction. I use the same principle as for a kitchen wall cabinet. A rail is mounted on the wall. The construction hangs then with special fittings on this rail. The advantage of these fittings is that they are height-adjustable and depth-adjustable. This makes exact positioning possible. This is very good for drilling between tiles, because you should only drill in the joints.
I then fastened the frame itself with screws from above through the frame into the substructure (see picture 24).
Here are the links:
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