Make a Smart Mirror Using Raspberry Pi
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Make a Smart Mirror Using Raspberry Pi

How to make a Smart Mirror that works as a News,Weather,time and Date feed using Raspberry Pi in this Step By Step guide
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Last updated 3/2017
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  • 40 mins on-demand video
  • 3 Articles
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Make A Smart Mirror
  • Turn Raspberry Pi to an interactive display
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Requirements
  • Get a Raspberry Pi
  • Have the well to apply what inside
Description

In this Course, we give you some detailed instructions on how to make an easy raspberry pi powered home smart mirror. 

A smart mirror displays applications so that you can check the weather, local news, etc. while you are getting ready in the morning. It's also modular, so you can easy move it around or hang it on the wall if you like. We are introducing a basic application that you can run on the smart mirror, but it's totally customizable if you want to write some of your own code. 

You can use a Raspberry Pi 3 or A, B+ or any other Pi Module.

The word smart comes from the fact that this mirror helps you in a smart way, you won't just see yourself, you will also see the weather in your area, the date and time in addition to latest news depending on your location, you can change the display language easily using a customization file that we provide.

This is a step by step tutorial that will help you make it in no time, you don't need any experience at all, and if you have any question please ask in the Q&A board.

Who is the target audience?
  • Tech Geeks
  • Anyone interested in Raspberry Pi
  • Anyone interested in new Techs
Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
4 Lectures 12:32

In this Course, we give you some detailed instructions on how to make an easy raspberry pi powered home smart mirror. 

A smart mirror displays applications so that you can check the weather, local news, etc. while you are getting ready in the morning. It's also modular, so you can easy move it around or hang it on the wall if you like. We are introducing a basic application that you can run on the smart mirror, but it's totally customizable if you want to write some of your own code. 

Preview 03:00



Code Download and List of Commands Used
00:40
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Practical Work
4 Lectures 08:52
Starting Raspian and Getting the Code and Libraries
02:04

Downloading and Installing pip
02:13

Installing Dependencies
01:57

Getting API Token for Weather
02:38
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Running and Testing
1 Lecture 03:31
Adding the API Token and Running the Application
03:31
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Getting Componenets and Making the Frame
1 Lecture 00:08
List of Components Needed
00:08
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Practical Assembly
2 Lectures 15:49
Before Practical Assembly
06:52

Practical Assembly
08:57
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