2024-04-27 (Sa) PCBDiceTower Shielded LEDs

The blinding LEDs were still a problem, but I had an idea based on commercial lights. I soldered LEDs and a battery holder to a panel and powered it. I precut the aluminum foil to apply it while the glue was fluid.
Purple light with aluminum shield

The lights were much easier to look at from any angle, and I could use significantly less glue for the same effect. Most of the light comes out on the sides parallel to the PCB, so a giant glue blob should still light up more evenly.
Thick globs next to shielded lights

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