We're just getting started, but things are already up and rolling. Follow along as we embark on launching our first product.
We design hands first.
Tomorrow's greatest products won't come from linear thinking.
Instead, we explore new ideas manually to see the full spectrum of what's possible. Each iteration reveals misconceptions, tells a story, or yields new ways to consider a given problem. Making things fast allows us to learn more and push ideas forward quickly.
Informative prototypes lead to more meaningful artifacts that don't fade away over time: they're designed from the ground up to make life better.
Meet the team.
Ever-eager to make abstract ideas concrete as quickly as possible.
Adam previously created musical instruments at Fiddlewax
and co-founded The Chaos Collective
where he built experimental creative tools with Matt Wolfe. Prior to that, he engineered software and hardware prototypes and helped create the Labs
offshoot at Teague
. Adam holds three degrees from MIT
in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (working on compliant robotics
) and Media Arts & Sciences (researching tangible user interfaces
and past projects
The right tool can make all the difference, and that's especially true when time and resources are short. While every project has its own unique needs, we're continually expanding our workbench so that we don't waste precious time searching for tools or waiting for parts.
From blinky lights to advanced processing, sensing, and actuation, we have the skills and solder to quickly build circuits that bring new products to life.
Our computer-controlled mill precisely carves out materials like wood, metal, plastic, and foam.
Sometimes it's quicker to just print the shape you want than it is to machine it. Plastic parts aren't great for everything, but they can be incredibly handy in a pinch.
We keep lots of common raw stock, precision tools, fasteners, and components around to reduce wait time as a product evolves.
We're always trying out new prototyping tools, materials, methods and hacks
in our spare time. When we find something we like, we keep it around for future projects.
There's nothing better than lasers to rapidly cut and etch flat materials.
Let's work together.
We're straight-shooters here, so no need for formal pitches or proposals. Just let us know where you're stuck and how we can help.