The idea is to define a “normal” class to which all modules do belong that will be displayed if motion is detected. The Slideshow will be in class “slideshow”.
The Screensave module is configured to not shutoff the monitor but change to the “slideshow” profile.
If SCREEN_ON is triggered the Screensave module will change back to the profile that was used before the screensave (in our case “nomal”).
I updated the config example to do the job (but i could not test it at the moment):
Will do. It seems like all the components are there. One of those location clocks had a full walkthrough, including how to hook up the gears. The app for the phone exists, code examples exist, etc. The app includes a free tier of location processing & storage, so it seems like all of the hard stuff has already been done.
I have one more mirror on my plate before I start work on my Weasley Clock. It should be fairly easy to turn that into a module. Should.
Never got it to display anything. Page could not load or something like that. Not on the Pi0 and also not remotely on another PC. After many attemps and long hours of troubleshooting and reading I finally gave up on it.
I really would love to get it working though as I’d like to make another cheap mirror for my brother as a present. Still have a two-way-mirror lying around…
I have this strange issue where my pi changes what device number my USB mic is using randomly. This of course means that the audio stops working after a reboot until I modify the file again. Any ideas what can be causing this. I dont have anything else plugged in to usb ports.