First I'd like to thank all the backers of our Kickstarter campaign:-) Unfortunately since we were unable to meet the goal, we do not have the funds to go into production. No redesign this time around, and we will not be making a third Kickstarter campaign. A decision has not yet been made as to what will happen next, a few options being considered is closing up shop and dissolving the company or search for an established company to pick up the torch. I love the design as it is and hope it will eventually make it's way onto the market one way or another.
It's ok sad panda, perhaps another day:-P
Finally I'd like to thank once again to all those that help me build this campaign, Adrian Zaw, Bao Quang Pham, Daniel McCoy, Kenneth Ho, Kyle Portman, Helen Kim, Nate Votran, Lily Pham, Nam Luong, and Sourita Siri for being part of building this Kickstarter campaign.
Thanks again for coming along for the ride and have fun!
22 Hours left!! $18,600 still needed to reach the goal! That's 31 complete slates more to go:-P Will we be able to make a giant leap to the end? Only with your help:-)
Tomorrow, 3:00 PM PST, it's now or never!
Printing the front part of the enclosure prototype. This was done back in November of 2014, back then the only way to get a reliable print of a large part was on a raft. Since then 3D system has updated their software with sidewalk feature instead, making for a better finish print:-)
It's a steep climb to the end with $19,300 left to raise with less than 70 hours left! Our Kickstarter campaign ends this Wednesday at 3:00 PM PST! Thank you to those that has been along the ride with us and let's see if a last ditch effort can bring us to our goal!
Testing the new timecode generator display in a bucket of water. Behind the unit you will see a metal plate screwed in to keep it from floating up to the top. Sorry about the shaky video:-P
The display will come weather proof (IP 55) as standard, and with more testing we should be able to offer a waterproof option as an upgrade.