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2 days ago

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LZX Vidiot shots from the workbench. No external input. goo.gl/aP5AyB ... See MoreSee Less

LZX Vidiot shots from the workbench. No external input.  https://goo.gl/aP5AyB

 

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Hell yes. Been waiting for demos. Looks fantastic.

Amazing

So excited for this to drop!!

Hoping to make $$$ rain from the sky to be one of the lucky 100.

This is very exciting, the new staple of video synthesis.

ggrrrrrrrrr8

That looks really fun!

lovely

It will be mine

Over the years, I swear there’s a distinct “LZX look”. Every time I see amazing video synth work, I look to see what gear was involved, and it’s always partly it entirely LZX <3

VIDIODIC!

Miguel Solari

I always knew that my dreams would come true someday... and knew it would be on a Commodore 1702 monitor...

Yan Verse

Can't wait 😀

Pleases me to see a c64 monitor I your shop!

Man I want one of these, but no chance of having the cash anytime soon - are there plans for 2nd and 3rd runs etc?

But will it vector rescan? 😆

Axel Slime

We’re these done with the help of external modules or just on Vidiot alone?

so tight

Oh my god

Sophie.. this!

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3 days ago

LZX Industries

Learn more @ goo.gl/aP5AyB ... See MoreSee Less

Learn more @ https://goo.gl/aP5AyB

 

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Sticker has passed beyond current hardware stage! 😉

So tempted...

i have a question that makes me feel stupid, but i´m new to all this crazy stuff. Can i use it in a Videofeedback chain if i have an old vhs Camcorder?

4 days ago

LZX Industries

Vidiot enclosures are in production! Sheet metal cutting and forming is being performed by HLH Prototypes overseas. These are being shipped to Omni Services of Vancouver, Washington for powder coating to ensure an exact color match. From there we'll pick them up and bring them back to our workshop in Portland where we'll print 4 color silkscreens using industrial epoxy inks. The red side bumpers are being CNC milled by Industrial Music Electronics in Mukilteo, Washington out of a high density polypropylene material typically used for playground equipment: King Colorboard. It is only available in 4 x 8 foot sheets, which we have drop shipped to IME. They have begun production cutting already. Regardless of when the electronic assemblies are finalized, we should have enclosures ready to go in early December. Thanks to all your early support, all our vendors and fabricators have been paid in advance! Progress on finalizing the design of the electronics assemblies is going very well and is why we've been so quiet the past 2 weeks. We expect to hit a big milestone there within the next couple days. ... See MoreSee Less

Vidiot enclosures are in production!  Sheet metal cutting and forming is being performed by HLH Prototypes overseas.  These are being shipped to Omni Services of Vancouver, Washington for powder coating to ensure an exact color match.  From there well pick them up and bring them back to our workshop in Portland where well print 4 color silkscreens using industrial epoxy inks.  The red side bumpers are being CNC milled by Industrial Music Electronics in Mukilteo, Washington out of a high density polypropylene material typically used for playground equipment: King Colorboard.  It is only available in 4 x 8 foot sheets, which we have drop shipped to IME.  They have begun production cutting already.  Regardless of when the electronic assemblies are finalized, we should have enclosures ready to go  in early December.  Thanks to all your early support, all our vendors and fabricators have been paid in advance!  Progress on finalizing the design of the electronics assemblies is going very well and is why weve been so quiet the past 2 weeks.  We expect to hit a big milestone there within the next couple days.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Worth every penny.

Thanks for sharing the story, what a process!

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