He’s no stranger to this type of device, having built one with an LED matrix in 2015, as well as an e-ink model a year later. Though both were interesting in their own right, neither ever really were finished to the point that they could become a normal household appliance.
Once this was done, he cut out several strips of plywood, gluing them together in order to form a nice wooden enclosure, suitable for use as a home appliance. Now he could stay up to date with the latest tweets right from his desk!
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