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Again all credit for this amazing clip goes to Ilja Burzev. Also thanks to everyone for the encouraging comments in the last months! RTs are much appreciated also :)
I guess it would be a kind of subgenre of alternate history
covid mask habits
Has anyone else developed this weird compulsive yawning/jaw-stretching thing when wearing face masks?
I think it started with an FFP2 that would ride up my nose and that was a way to counteract it, but I catch myself randomly doing it all the time other masks now and it's really odd
hovering models spinning at one rotation per π seconds is the glitch shader of the 90s
Started implementing the XR_MSFT_controller_model OpenXR extension in Monado, because I don't want to have to have a suite of controller models as part of a little VR experiment package.
oh, alright. Three hours.
Just spent an hour and a half with Vue.js, I do *not* understand why people like this one.
- Component based design? Sure.
- Scoped CSS? Cool.
- Declarative binding? hmm idk
- Magic update tracking via proxies? ufh, if you must
- Composition via mixins? oh no
- Yet another way to define data schemas? why??
- Components are like classes or Functions, but actually neither? dude
- Custom loop syntax? please stop
Oh, credit for the GLTF Loader, PBR Renderer, and Vulkan backend go to https://github.com/DiligentGraphics/DiligentEngine
Realized that I was never going to use all the symmetrically-redundant modifier keys on the layout anyway and that it's probably better to put each once and think harder about where it should go, so that's what I did.
Shift is now right thumb only for balance, CTRL and CTRL-SHIFT are right as well, and tab moved to the right so I can comfortably switch tabs. Also made sure there's comfortable chords for meta-num-X and meta-shift-num-X for workspace switching.
just a reminder that we're offering these really nice, compact, robust, colorful, open hardware keyboards: https://mastodon.social/@mntmn/105862528147217822
ngl this has me a bit emotional
here's the first prototype plates, my first attempt at machining metal, and then the professionally manufactured result:
Wow, I didn't expect this: after just two hours of slow practice I can actually type all letters again. All the symbols and muscle memory for code is going to take a little while though. I also have to find a different solution for workspace switching (pressing win + number is near impossible with the current layout)
Grey symbols in the bottom left/right are on the NUMSYM/FUNSYM layers respectively, which are activated momentarily by holding space/return.
Bottom-center legends are other such tap/hold bindings. The thumb areas (teal color) also heavily use chording to make more modifiers available (shown underneath/between keys)
tinkering between hard- and software, research and development, audio- and visual...
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