You know the drill: you fill your digital photo frame with your favourite snaps, watch them flash up one after another and suddenly, ugh… an image appears at a different orientation to the rest. Those black boxes at the sides or top, shrinking the detail, or – even worse – a distorted stretch and skew of faces and landscapes.
Luckily for us, Tim shared his rotating digital picture frame, the FlipFrame, on Hackaday, giving us all the chance to solve this very trying issue.
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