In response to the comments posted on our page:
To our supporters and others in the KickStarter community:
Our direct team is consists of 6 people, each from a field that would best compliment the development of this system.
Our team consists of the following backgrounds:
We also have a great support team of programmers, and legal support that's worked hard to help us through the FCC, copyright, and patent process, and so many others that have offered their generous support of time and hard work to help bring our system to life.
Each member of our team has worked side by side for the last 2 years, spending thousands of hours of their own time outside of their regular work and family to help bring our project to where it is now.
The core group started this project 2 years ago, mostly being funded by ourselves. We've personally spent a lot of our own money, finding our own ways to fund our project because we believe in it so strongly. None of our team is what could be called independently wealthily, we are a group of men and women, that believe in this project, and this idea so much that we've put ourselves on the line to make it happen.
Only after we developed this system, and brought it to the point where it stands now, did we decide to use a service like KickStarter to develop interest, and indeed financial support to finish the project.
Over the years, many people have created products and hatched ideas, that many told them would fail or it was impossible to achieve a fool hearted concept etc. In the past two years, we've heard some of the same comments, but we pushed on because we believe. We know that, for some, it's difficult to imagine a group of people that would risk so much to make an idea a reality, but that is in fact, what we've done.
As many may, or may not know, in the technology industry and often in many others, the first to market with an idea, is the first to succeed. With the amount of personal time and personal finances invested, and with your support, we are committed to seeing this project through to the end. That is why we've worked so hard to protect our project, to protect something we spent 2 years creating.
We are not on KickStarter to make money, we're here because we wanted to share what we created, we're here to show something that hasn't been done before, at least, hasn't been done the way we are doing it. That is, in our minds, what a good idea is all about. In fact, in the past few weeks, we've had offers from people, and companies to buy our idea from us. We turned those offers down, mostly because we're not interested in the money, we're interested, and committed to following through with our promises. Our project is bigger than selling it to a company to make a profit. It's the product of our committed hard work, and close attention to detail.
Over the past few weeks here on KickStarter, we've gotten a tremendous number of emails, expressing interest, concern, excitement, and doubt. I've personally taken on the job of answering every email we get. I do this to ensure that everyone is treated fairly and respectfully, always doing my best to answer every question in a satisfactory manner.
In some cases, we haven't been able to answer every question, because we're trying to protect our idea. Protection is needed until the patents and copyright process has completed. We're excited and honored that so many of you in the KickStarter community are standing behind us, supporting us with your ideas, suggestions, comments, and financial help.
As time comes to a close here on KickStarter, we are working harder than ever to get ready to deliver our project to you. In the coming weeks, we'll be launching our website, posting new videos, photos, and demos for everyone to see and enjoy.
We humbly thank you for your patience and continued support while we're getting things ready. It's because of you that we're able to this now, and we are very grateful for that.
We ask that if you have questions, please feel free to send an email anytime, and we'll do our best to show our commitment to you, the KickStarter community, and to finishing our project and getting it to you soon.
We thank you for your time and support, and we'll see you all soon.
Steven and the Tech Sync Team.