Build An Automatically Updating Digital Photo Frame With A …

July 17, 2016 - photo frame

We already know that a Raspberry Pi creates a good print frame, though DIYer Paul Stamatiou took it another step and integrated in Google Photos.

Stamatiou took a frame, pressed a tiny arrangement inside, mounted a Raspberry Pi to a behind afterwards combined a book to bucket in Google Photos. The finish outcome is a digital print support that’s automatically pulling in new photos and cycling them each 10 minutes. It’s a flattering neat small plan that isn’t terribly complicated, generally if we use Google Photos. Head over to Stamatiou’s site for a full beam to make it for yourself.

Getting started with a Raspberry Pi [Paul Stamatiou around Hacker News]


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