This Imgur album covers the general process of building my smart mirror, which I integrated with Google Drive.
It is meant to be an easy to follow and and enjoyable overview on how I built the mirror, as well as to show how you can go about building one yourself.
If you want a more formal and in-depth look at how I built the mirror, please visit my blog describing the process at: https://medium.com/p/c46901e7cfb5 I used the open source MagicMirror² platform to implement my mirror.
The software runs on a Raspberry Pi 3B+, a credit-card sized single-board computer.
Raspbian, the Raspberry Pi Foundation's official supported Operating System, hosts the Raspberry Pi.
You can find more about the MagicMirror platform here: https://MagicMirror.builders You can find the full blueprints for the mirror here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1j-2GVQBvdanaVsZteqsYVXtsm95AshGr/view Here is a list encapsulating the tools, materials, and technology components I used: Tools: - Drill - Mitre Saw - Palm Sander Materials: - A 1/4" thick two-way mirror with dimensions 24" x 64" - Three maple wood boards with dimensions 1" x 6" x 10' - Five pine wood boards with dimensions 1" x 3 " x 6" - Five pine wood boards with dimensions 1" x 1.5 " x 6' - Carpenter/wood glue - Brown caulking- Metal brackets - Wood stain - Wood varnish - Screws - Nails Technology Components: - 32" LED Flat Screen TV - Raspberry Pi 3B+ - 32 GB micro-SD card - Raspberry Pi Case Google Drive is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.
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