I have MM and Google assistant running on one rpi.
I used the original Goole AIY kit.
So I do not use MMM-assistant.
I can ask questions and get answers, but it is impossible to hide or show modules.
Posts made by Peter
RE: Magic Mirror and Google AIY
Well, I got it working!
MM and Google AIY on one RPI; great!
But I am not a technical person and need help.
Before I placed the AIY Hat, I had a pir connected to GPIO22.
Now the Hat covers all the GPIO pins, I still want to connect the Pir.
Is it possible to connect it to the bottom right connectors (saying GPIO22)?
Thanks for your help!
RE: Not a mirror .................
Hi, this is the pir I am using:
It is more sensitive than I thought.
I removed the plastic dome, drilled a hole in the wooden rim of the mirror and mounted the pir.
Not a mirror .................
Finally it’s hanging on the wall: my first Magic Mirror, but it’ s not a mirror ……
I bought a RPI about 2 years ago and had no idea what to do with it.
Just before Christmas 2017 I stumbled over the Magic Mirror project and I was lost!
I found an old 21” monitor, installed MM, tried a lot of modules, bought a mirror glass, removed the modules, installed other modules and finally I decided not to use the mirror glass at all.
Showing all the thousands of holiday pictures I made during our trips to Russia, China and Maroc was the most important part of my project and the mirror made it a little less crispy.
I am very grateful to all the persons on this form that helped me (Mykle1 was the first to help me, but al lot of people did in the last few months).
I finaly ended up with a very simple informationpanel, in a simple wooden rim.
The modules I installed:
- MMM-Systemtemperature (a fan on the pi starts at 60 degr C)
- Calendar Monthly
- Calendar (with 5 different ics calendars)
- MMM-Domoticz (with Domoticz running on a second Pi)
- MMM-NOAA (version 1)
- MMM-Formula 1
- Newsfeed (with 5 feeds from newspapers)
The Pi turns of the screen at night by cron and by day with the PIR.
I hope I can show a picture here.
Greetings from the Netherlands; and thanks everybody for your help!