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Monthly Archives: October 2010

Speaking of desktop or wall mounted, I found this link to an easy to follow article on a wall mounted frame.  Wires go in your wall at the frame and come out near the floor.

This is the only way I would mount a frame on the wall, wires must be hidden.  Keep in mind that this is a fairly permanent solution; if you move it, there will be a nice gaping whole right at eye level.  It’s not that hard to cover it up with another frame, but, still, something to think about.

The writer used Irfanview, a great simple photo editor and slideshow software, to run the photo slideshow.  He also remotes to the laptop using the built in windows tool and a shared folder over his network.

Oh yea, the frame itself is obviously not a self contained computer. It’s actually just an older monitor mounted to a frame.  This helps tremendously with heat since there is no motherboard or CPU.  This also makes repairs or upgrades to the PC less of a hassle since you don’t have to take down and open up your frame.

Very clean install and a seamless software solution, great solution overall.

Wall Mounted DIY Digital Photo Frame | Shuttertalk.