How to Make a Magic Mirror with Raspberry Pi
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Resources and Going Further
So now you have a delightful command center. What will you do next? How will you customize your daily routine?
- Magic Mirror
- Raspberry Pi Foundation
- Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi
- Product Brief (PDF)
- Schematic (PDF)
- Mechanical Drawing (PDF)
- Pi Foundation Forums
- Raspberry Pi Forums: Is Your Pi Not Booting? - Basic troubleshooting tips and solutions for a Raspberry Pi that is not booting up.
- The gPIo tutorial
- The SPI and I2C tutorial
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