Build an Automatically Rotating Picture Frame That Matches Your Photo’s Orientation

November 5, 2016 - photo frame

Digital print frames are great, though when you’re regulating one to arrangement a slideshow, it tends to demeanour terrible when it displays photos in a conflicting course of how we have it set up. Over on Hackaday, Tim done a support that automatically rotates to uncover a best picture.


This plan is profusion in a lot of ways, though that doesn’t meant it’s not flattering cool. It uses a Raspberry Pi to run a slideshow, a rejected aged LCD TV for a display, and an Arduino to hoop a movement. Once it’s all together, a support automatically rotates to compare a photo’s orientation. Sure, we could only bucket adult your digital support with landscape oriented photos, though this is a flattering neat small resolution that lets we arrangement photos of all types.

FlipFrame | Hackaday around Raspberry Pi

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