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That looks amazing. Great work
Updated the clock to work on an ESP8266 - don't think that requires a new instructable, but will see. https://github.com/dushyantahuja/Smart-Infinity-Mirror/blob/ESP8266/README.mdCode revised to work on an ESP8266 instead of Arduino + RTC. The code has been revised to use NTP and hence does not require resetting of the clock at regular intervals (though still requires change of offset for daylight savings)Also, allows for changing colours using MQTT and OpenHAB. This takes the default values from a color slider in OpenHAB (HSV values) and no rules are required to convert HSV to RGB.Make sure you're using FastLED 3.1 and this branch of the pubsubclient:https://github.com/Imroy/pubsubclient
Here are links to youtube videos:https://youtu.be/pCyPZCj3E4g
I'm planning to use https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JR6NO7O/ref=o...instead of the home-made solenoid I had made for this project (too ugly and made too much noise). But - you would still need the microcontroller and the code to make it vibrate.
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for sharing
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You can paint it black - or use one with a black PCB. You can use multiple strips - just make sure your power supply can provide enough power.
Yes it would. As the distance between the two mirrors would increase. Other ways would include:1. Using a better mirror film - or use a quality - two way mirror2. Increase the brightness of the LEDs
Amazing instructable !! Just one question - I have 0.2mm x 100m copper wire. Can I use that, and what changes would be needed to use that?http://www.banggood.com/0_2mm100m-Red-Copper-Magnet-Wire-Welding-Cable-Enameled-Wire-p-1081668.html?rmmds=myorder
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