|Glass type||Float glass|
|Thickness||3mm， 4mm ，5mm ，6mm ， 8mm , 10mm, 12 mm,etc|
|Edge type||Flat, pencil, beveled ,polished D, C, ogee|
|Quality Certificate||EN12150 , BS6206 , ISO9001 , ROHS , REACH|
|Payment term||TT ,L/C, Western union ,PayPal|
|Shape||Rectangle shape , round shape , Square shape , Oval shape , irregular shape|
|application||I:Magic Mirror Display Glass etc.|
A magic mirror is a device that serves as a regular mirror, but also as an information hub for your daily info. Most people that make magic mirrors use them to display useful information about their day, like weather, calendar events, news headlines and other info that is useful to them or just looks cool!
The mirror itself is created by using a two way mirror, usually made from mirrored glass, plastic or an adhesive film that is placed on top of regular glass. The most popular option seems to be the plastic two way mirror, probably because of its low price point and availability. The second option is mirrored glass, which is a bit more expensive and harder to find.
Behind the mirror is a screen that displays the info. Magic mirror makers have many options regarding screen size and type. A popular method is using a stripped down computer monitor display.
The most popular option for hardware is using this mini computer to display the info. It is, lightweight, has a very small form factor and doesn’t require a lot of power. The info is most often displayed in a browser window running a simple script.
There are a lot of 3rd party modules available for the MagicMirror platform that runs on the Raspberry Pi. The platform has hundreds of users that have contributed many great modules that you can add easily to your Magic Mirror.