Finally. After two years of learning a lot about openhab, angularjs, css and 3D printing I would call my wall panel finished. Ok, we all know you can’t call something like this finished because you always get new ideas to implement …
The 3d printed frame is split in two parts. One holds the Kindle and is screwed to to the wall. The other part is glued to a stainless steel sheet. Two brackets and four magnets bind the two frames together. So you can easily get the Kindle out.
It’s a Kindle fire HD10 from 2017 running Fully Kiosk browser. I got several Philips hue motion sensors around my apartment. Every time a motion sensor is triggered a httpgetrequest is send by an openhab-rule to wake up the tablet. After five minutes another request sends the tablet to sleep.
Can I recommend the Kindle Fire HD? Yes because it’s cheap. The viewing angle is not the best but good enough.
I cannot thank @pmpkk enough for his great Matrix Theme! The Matrix Theme is the base for my customization.
Russ is right. I‘m using Fully Kiosk to display Habpanel.
Then I‘ve got some Philips Hue Motion Sensors. Whenever they detect motion, a rule in Openhab is triggered that sends a httpGetRequest to the Fire to wake up. Simultaneously the rule starts a timer and when the timer is done, another httpGetRequest with the command to turn off the display is sent.