How do you figure this out? There are a few projects I can think of where an old laptop monitor and an SBC would be a good pairing.
Heck if you could find enough displays at a computing recycling center you could do interesting things with an irregular hexagon...
But if you can find monitors that are close but not exact, you could adjust them via the bezel. You’ll have to correct for the pattern sizes on each face if you do that, though. Put the one that looks the worst in the back, of course.
An equilateral triangle might want to use expensive ultrawide panels though.
Perhaps people can use it to watch a sports match on one side and a romcom on another side?
And of course install "redshift" on it.
Anyway, I'd prefer a lamp that can project user-defined images on the walls and/or ceiling.
I'm guessing that it would be cheaper to use, say, four Raspberry PIs instead of the single Jetson; you then get four HDMI ports, and can skip the extra display controller? Bit more software, of course.
The LCDs were taken from old disused equipment.
> I happened to have an Nvidia Jetson Nano
And the board was disused equipment too, it seems.
I find this kind of reuse very inspiring. Once I no longer need my old laptops, I feel like it might be fun to do something similar instead of shipping the whole thing to a recycling plant. You could even use LCDs that have dead pixels or other defects.
You could argue that requiring a 35 W LED lamp is wasteful, or the power used by the SoC (10 W max), etc., but together that's still about as much as a standard incandescent lamp.
"Frosted acrylic 1/8″ 90% emission (film facing out)"
The lamp is NOT transparent. It is translucent. In no pictures you can see any resemblance of transparency. It is translucent.