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in-browser adaptation of 10 PRINT using xtermjs and ansi-escape-sequences. for some reason

@jfred Yeah, I was wondering how low camera sensor latency can be. The compositing could be done by an FPGA. But probably the resolution still needs to be much higher as you pointed out.

I don’t understand why magic leap etc. try to do this seethrough stuff. Why not put really good cameras in VR goggles and just composite everything? You could also augment vision, enhance contrast or filter out noise. Is there something like that?

@Ninjatrappeur @_tj @kelbot I like this prototype! I also planned an E-Ink option for Reform but didn’t start work on it yet. I was eyeing Plastic Logic screens but they’re kind of expensive.

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Hey!

I wrote a small write-up about the e-ink computer/digital typewriter I made 4 months ago.

https://alternativebit.fr/posts/ultimate-writer/

working with Vivado and Zynq feels like going shopping with a very slow and bulky excavator

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ok these are the perfect trackball balls, from KGM Kugelfabrik, made from POM

details of the two Reform parts redesigned for CNC milling. volume had to be removed to compensate for higher density, and inner corners had to be rounded. also we made the parts easier to manufacture in general.

Today I ordered the CNC milled aluminum parts for Reform. These will replace the 2 PU molded parts that we couldn’t make in a satisfactory quality. Also, the final missing pieces of the keyboards arrived. We will now start assembling and I have to do some work on the Amiga ZZ9000 project.

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privacy is your local scope where you perform your local reasoning

maybe people who don't think privacy is important are okay with programming by only mutating global variables

@silverspookgames looks super awesome, any chance of a linux version? which engine did you use?

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