Some Fridays I run a Twitch stream which is informally titled Twitch Solves ISL (here ISL is IMO Shortlists). I primarily live-solve math problems while talking to Twitch chat, but sometimes I’ll play games on stream too.
Software used on the stream includes:
- Streamed by Open Broadcaster Software
- LaTeX typeset with TeX Live and Beamer, viewed in Zathura
- Text editor is NeoVim
- White board via Miro
- Geometry diagrams using GeoGebra Classic 5
- Music by Pretzel Rocks
- Stream overlays from StreamLabs
- Nightbot for !commands
Here is a picture of my physical setup (click to enlarge). Xiberia V22 headset, Havit HV-KB395L keyboard, Inateck MS 1001 mouse, MSI Codex XE Plus computer.
Archive of past problems#
Here’s an archive of the problems solved on stream.
To submit a problem: Problem requests are processed for 256 channel points each; points are earned by watching the live stream. Requests must be submitted at the start of the stream, 8pm Eastern time every Friday. Then the viewers vote on which requests to take (with points refunded if your request is not processed). Because of large demand, I do not take advance requests.
Evan or HSO?#
Fan-made game: Evan or HSO, in which you have to guess whether a certain string is the thumbnail of a Twitch Solves ISL video or the title of an AoPS forum thread in the High School Olympiads forum.