The Expedition Series patch design by Dave Larsen was inspired by my brother and mine's early childhood obsessions with edutainment software, and our favorite title: Operation Neptune by The Learning Company. Any other early 90's kids play this one? - Lars ... See MoreSee Less
sexy! reminds of the keyboard stands NIN used in the ninties
DAMN. SO excellent!
very nice looks beer proof
Best idea so far in eurorack. Good job mate.
Yes! The future is here
Okay that is wicked clever
A variety of configurations possible just from this!
FYI: The fully loaded Vessel Case in these photos weighs just under 12 pounds. The _lightest_ weight VESA arms we've found support a weight of 17.6 pounds. We haven't tested any "freestanding" desktop VESA stands but would imagine you'd want the kinds that clamp to a desktop or the very heavy duty ones that sit on the floor.
Dane M Blaesing
how fast from studio stand to floor? (asking for me and the rest of the klutzes..) 🙂
Another really cool thing about these would be mounting a tv/monitor or two in them.
Interesting and cool – I look forward to watching it in more detail later! I don't know if it's the specific patches or not, but it looks much "streakier" than I had imagined/hoped... more like PSU noise and less like snow.
New life goal: Video synthesizing while cruising around Tokyo on a Segway
This amuses me
It amuses us greatly too. We wanted an extremely robust, sturdy kickstand but designing our own part is going to be too expensive to fabricate in low quantities -- so we've been researching every kind of bike kickstand and collapsible shelf bracket in existence. It wasn't until we started looking at the Segway/scooter market that some really good options emerged...