I usually include a few photos in theses posts to break up things and make the site look better. But there is not much to show in this post.
We are changing the pace here at Magnetovore. We may have gotten a bit ahead of ourselves and bit off a few too many magnetic field lines. While we are still going to be finalizing the design of the Magnetic Cello, and are still plan on building a handful complete instruments by the end of the summer, it is going to take us some time until we are ready to begin selling the instruments. Those who reserved the instrument will still have the first opportunity to buy the instrument, and we are very grateful for them, but we have quite a few things to figure out until we are ready to take on the risk and paperwork of selling and distribution.
For the rest of the summer, I will be approaching the Magnetic Cello as a student project. We have moved Magnetovore from the Hot House Accelerator back to the lab space on campus to reflect this. I am only an undergrad student, and there is no rush to commercialize.
I’ve taken this week off, hanging out in my hometown. It’s given me time to relax and focus and play videogames, and when I get back to Cal Poly next week, the iron will hit the solder and I’ll be getting some good work done. I’ll have pictures for you then.