We already know that the Raspberry Pi makes a great photo frame, but DIYer Paul Stamatiou took it another step and integrated in Google Photos. Stamatiou took a frame, stuffed a small display inside, mounted the Raspberry Pi to the back then created a script to load in Google Photos. The end result is a digital photo frame that's automatically pulling in new photos and cycling them every 10 minutes. It's a pretty neat little project that isn't terribly complicated, especially if you use Google Photos. Head over to Stamatiou's site for the full guide to make it for yourself.
Build An Automatically Updating Digital Photo Frame With A Raspberry Pi And Google Photos
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