Here are the mockups for our three shirt designs, which will be going to the presses shortly. Some minor variations in color might occur. If you’ve reached this page as a Kickstarter backer, please take note of the numbers above each image. T-shirts will be available in both men and women’s styles in sizes S-XXL.
As of 8:15PM yesterday, our Kickstarter campaign ended successfully, having reached far beyond our original funding goal (163%, woot!). The campaign was live for 32 days — meaning 32 days of restless tweeting, Facebooking, emailing and experiencing alternating feelings of extreme confidence and utter despair. Luckily for us, the campaign ended on a high note,
As our Kickstarter draws to a close, we’ve released some video updates. Ergonomic demo Technical Discussion and General Update Lance talks about our new discrete preamp Audio test signals Here are the signal tests by themselves. You can also download the uncompressed audio by right-clicking here.
Sooner or later… There’s quite a future for the logger’s lunchbox, and although we are careful to take the wise words that the Lunchbox users will tell us what to add in the future, we have a few things in the wings, just in case. The exciting part is that we made our
Our hope is that through sharing tidbits of our experience, other garage inventors like us will feel encouraged to follow their dreams from the back of a napkin to short run production and beyond. If you live in St. Louis, certainly you’ve heard a lot of buzz about it being the next big tech
Last week, Edward and Hannah had the privilege of being guests on a podcast called Groovy Guide to Crowdfunding Films, produced by a company out of San Diego called Groovy Like a Movie. Listen to us rattle on about the Kickstarter Campaign for 20 minutes, then get some cool insights from filmmaker Nathan Williams about his
We could either spend a year talking the project in circles and take no action, or spend all of our time building and talking and learning simultaneously. It’s amazing how much you can figure out when you can interact with your project and how quickly you can catch any technical missteps. Last summer, Edward
It’s official, everyone…Logger’s Lunchbox is live on Kickstarter! Grab your piggy banks and head on over!
Recently I got to work on a video shoot with a very talented director of photography. We were shooting on two RED Scarlets, one the DP’s personal camera and the second borrowed from another mutual friend of ours. I had to be the AC for two camera units, and let me tell you. The shoot
Before Lance finishes up the prototype of Logger’s Lunchbox, we wanted to get in there and have him explain some of the features that make the box awesome. It’s a collection of “small good ideas” really, you’ll see.