Honestly, right now my set up is quite bland and is a bit dark. It would be nice to have some more lighting inside of my room so it no longer looks like a cave, and if I get RGB lighting, it would make it look more vibrant. If I were to win the Nanoleafs, I think that I would put it above my Bulletin Board or over my bed because that is where I personally think it would look the best.
would be like putting the cherry on top of my set up I could use them!
I'd sync em with the neural networks I train for school so my whole living room would let me know when they're done
The design depends on what I win. I love soccer, and the hexagon would be great as a soccer ball motif in the media den. Our long-term plan is to host watch parties with our friends during away games.
If I got the triangles, I'd be able to add a Zelda Triforce shape to add to my collectibles. I love the works of JRR Tolkien too, so I'd have to think about how that would look. Any of those I'd be putting in my new gaming room in the basement. Right now I just have a corner desktop in the media den, but the plan is to move it to another area of the basement, refinish it a bit, and make it my game room.
I would put them up on my wall next to my desk to make my "corner" of the room look more professional in a sense. My only light is a $10 clip on lamp from Wal-Mart!
I'd like to use the nanoleaf to brighten up my room and use the feature of having the lights react to the music I play or to connect them to my device, so that they match the color on the screen of the movies I watch.
time to decorate my room
Would look great in the background, lighting up my gaming wall!
I'd probably try to use the shapes to build a Metroid for the wall behind my desk.
I'd love to have a set to spice up my background for Zoom calls and online TTRPG games.
I'm torn between the shape of a paw print for my dog or something sleek and modern.
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