This technology will change the way you listen to music forever!
Over two years of research and development has gone into the new Soundlazer VR. We believe that this new directional speaker system will revolutionize the way people experience sound in their office or home. You no longer have to worry about disturbing others around you. We are very excited about this product launch and hope you will join us once again on Kickstarter. Our launch date is projected for the end of May 2016 and we will keep you posted right here.
Release yourself from wires and uncomfortable headphones. This is a completely new type of listening experience!
A Personal Cloud Of Sound
Think of the Soundlazer VR as the Virtual Reality of Sound. You can immerse yourself in an organic, floating cloud of sound without disturbing the people around you.
High quality sound never before available in a directional speaker!
Get a sneak peak at our new Kickstarter project HERE
In order to recreate the 1961 Ferrari California 250GT SWB, we would need a way to bend and shape the metal to its original form.
Luckily, with modern technology, we are able to 3D scan existing cars and build a modern buck like the one me and my Italian counterparts designed here. Maybe there is someone out there that wants to build a car like this. It would be great to see someone utilize this technolgy and the hard work that is going into my design.
Hand pounding aluminum takes skill and is hard, time consuming work that takes years to master. There are a few shops still in existence worldwide so building the car from our designs would be possible although very expensive!
My good friends at Coachsmithing would be up for the task.
In the impossible to find book, “Gilco, Le macchine di Gilberto Colombo“, the history of the early days of Ferrari race car design is laid out in great detail. Gilco is the name most associated with many of the race wins of the late 1940’s through the 50’s. Their design skills were vital to the early years of Ferrari racing.
Gilberto Colombo cars embodied all the characteristics of post war Italian design. He started designing automobile frames in 1946 to fill the need of racing competitions which were becoming popular throughout the city streets of Europe. Before Gilco, most of these race cars utilized the mass produced parts from cars manufactured by companies like Fiat S.p.A.
One of Gilco’s first frames, the “203” featured the now standard design of large tubular outer supports extending outward with smaller tubes providing structural integrity. This design improved overall strength and reduced the weight of the frame.