Writing some simple code for the Lumapad enabled me to simulate the flicker of fire embers. I think this is a pretty cool application for Lumapad.
I am really happy with the way the photos and Kickstarter project is coming along. I hope the online community enjoys this project as much as I have.
Work is just about done on the Lumapad. My WiFI enabled, 8000 Lumen LED light panel.
All of the Soundlazer “kits” are ready to ship. We will be boxing them up over the weekend and should have them to the post office by Monday morning. Keep your eyes out for the postman if you were a backer of the Soundlazer project.
I recently had a successful campaign running on Kickstarter. The Soundlazer is an experimental parametric speaker I designed for people who want to learn about this amazing technology.
More info can be found on the Soundlazer website.
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My first Kickstarter project is doing better than I anticipated. Now its time to start preparing to build the Soundlazers.
Sometimes, it is the simple ideas that nobody else thought of that are truly unique. How many times have you been annoyed by your phone and cord sitting on the floor? This is a low cost way to solve that problem. That’s why I am backing this project and helping a fellow inventor. Good Luck to Mr. Johnston.
I am trying something new with my projects. I will be putting the Soundlazer up on Kickstarter to see what kind of interest I get in this technology. If I am lucky and Kickstarter is successful, we will start making this board right away.