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Welcome back, Jeri! Now part of a Kickstarter Funded company, Technical Illusions.
- If you didn’t see the Kickstarter or the updates, the CastAR was funded for over $1M
- Really the discussion was broken down into three parts (with rough time stamps):
- The mechanics of a Kickstarter campaign (0:00 through 30:00)
- The technical side of getting the CastAR built (30:00 through 70:00)
- The realities of getting outside funding and heading to China to get stuff made (70:00-90:00)
- If we’re missing any critical links, please let us know in the comments.
- If you think you might be a good fit (or a unicorn) for working at Technical Illusions, send Jeri and email at email@example.com
Thanks to karmacappa for the picture of the Technical Illusions team
Great show as always, got me smiling whole time.
I really enjoyed this one! Don’t mind going over 1 hour!
Alexandre Jasmin says
Won’t you loose sound by using the headphone jack for IO? I guess you could transfer compressed audio by modulating the bits and then having another audio DAC on the device but that adds lot of complexity.
And on a gaming device you can’t sacrifice audio either.
I’m usually a bit lukewarm on guests and would rather listen to you two natter for an hour, but Jeri really *is* interesting, has done loads, but doesn’t hog the airwaves. This is one I actually could/would have listened to for three hours.
The One True Stickman says
I am way behind the times and you’ve probably seen it already, but is this the assembly unicorn Chris was talking about?