Now that's what I call WebAssembly: https://linuxnasm.be/86-programming/sample-code/web-cgi
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Oooh, this is giving me such ideas...
of course there is plenty of designated diffuser materials in various webshops but shipping is expensive (plus I have no money), and I also have no idea how to find the ideal one without testing out a bunch
I also tested a 3mm acrylic but it was disappointingly transparent
The only reason I'm not sticking to the baking paper is because I'm hydrophilic^Wtrying to save assembly effort.
This is the giant 7-segment LED display project, btw
A single layer of transparent PLA doesn't do much... 2 layers of white PLA combines the drawbacks of transparent PLA and paper.
Maybe I should try the powder coated / textured steel sheet!
Light diffusers are so hard to get right!
So far baking paper sheets beat everything else.
Plain 80g/m² white paper is nice and homogeneous, but it absorbs way too much light.
Any recommendations for ambient/chill music that I can keep playing in the background during live-coding sessions on Twitch/YouTube?
I've tried a few different options that claim to offer music for just that, but Twitch always ends up muting parts of my video with copyright claims 😒