Mirror your world. Your way. With MangOS.
The software that powers the iconic Mango Mirror smart mirror, now available for Raspberry Pi. FREE.
Setup and choose from our large list of availabe widgets ( including clock, weather, health, news, calendar & more) using the same, simple to use Mango Mirror iOS App. Choose any size HDMI screen and display it in your kitchen, living room, bedroom, office, anywhere.
Setup in 3 simple steps
Download MangOS for Free and copy* the image to your Micro SD Card
*We recommend using Etcher to copy the MangOS image onto your Micro SD Card
Insert the Micro SD Card into your compatable Raspberry Pi. Connect your HDMI display and Power it on.
Download Mango Mirror App from the iOS App store to setup wifi. Select and configure widgets & layout.
+ Micro SD Card 16GB
+ Power Adaptor
*Raspberry Pi 3B+ or 3B models only
Any size HDMI compatible display of your choice. Works in portrait and landscape.
Thats it! Simple.
Optional add-on hardware components for extra functionality
+ Motion sensor
Add a PIR motion sensor to turn on the display only when motion is detected. It turns off when motion stops after a timer delay of your choice which you can set in the Mango Mirror App.
Without a motion sensor your display will stay on always, however you can set a night mode time within the Mango Mirror App and it will turn of the display every night for that time duration, automatically.
Click here for wiring diagram
+ USB Dongle for iBeacon broadcast
This USB dongle plugged into the Raspberry Pi allows you to set up your display in multiple user mode. Enabling each user in the home to see their own personalized display layout and data when they are in near the display. Works based on iPhone proximity.
MangOS will default to single user mode during setup in the absence of this USB dongle.
So simple to setup. I'm not a coder/programmer and I've wanted something like this for a long time. I'm using it as a time, weather, news and calendar dashboard in our kitchen for the family. Its amazing.
I set up two displays for my girlfriend and I, so we can have own on personal health, calendar and notes. It's started a little friendly health competition, now that its displayed and seen everyday :)
A Raspberry Pi that is completely controlled by an iOS App. This is the future. I set my display with the optional motion sensor behind a frame and it looks and works amazing.