This guide will show you how to display our Adafruit Tarot Cards as a looping slideshow after you've setup your MagTag.

Want a cherry on top? With our new Fortune Teller feature on the Adafruit AR app, you can scan your Adafruit Tarot Cards on the MagTag, and Minerva will read your card in Augmented reality!

What you'll need:

Adafruit MagTag - 2.9" Grayscale E-Ink WiFi Display

• An iPhone or  iPad running iOS 13 or greater.

• Adafruit AR

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Please note - the Adafruit AR app is currently only available for iOS.

Parts

The Adafruit MagTag combines the new ESP32-S2 wireless module and a 2.9" grayscale E-Ink display to make a low-power IoT display that can show data on its screen...
$44.95
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The Adafruit MagTag combines the new ESP32-S2 wireless module and a 2.9" grayscale E-Ink display to make a low-power IoT display that can show data on its screen even when power...
$34.95
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Got a glorious RGB Matrix project you want to mount and display in your workspace or home? If you have one of the matrix panels listed below, you'll need a pack of these...
$2.50
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Lithium-ion polymer (also known as 'lipo' or 'lipoly') batteries are thin, light, and powerful. The output ranges from 4.2V when completely charged to 3.7V. This...
$6.95
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As technology changes and adapts, so does Adafruit. This  USB Type A to Type C cable will help you with the transition to USB C, even if you're still...
$3.95
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This project builds off of John Park's Magtag Slideshow guide. The steps on the following pages will show you how to set it up, then add the tarot cards.

This guide was first published on Dec 22, 2020. It was last updated on Dec 22, 2020.

This page (Overview) was last updated on Oct 01, 2021.

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