<![CDATA[SpectraBeat,com - NEWS]]>Wed, 25 Oct 2017 17:21:03 -0700Weebly<![CDATA[SpectraBeat release]]>Tue, 12 Jun 2012 20:40:41 GMThttp://spectrabeat.com/news/spectrabeat-releaseThe time is right, it's now or never for the release of SpectraBeat.com.  The software, projector and website have finally come together to form what is hoped will be a new and fun experience for those who decide to build a SBPS projector.

SpectraBeat's SBPS free projector is by no means finalised. It will be developed further,and it will depend on contributions from users in order to improve its design and usability. Assist us in forming a community that will explore new uses for this laser publishing tool.

Create a job: pay a friend of yours to build the SBPS projector for you!

Please help spread the word - that a new democratic tool is at everyone's disposal.

Your success is our success.


Click below to read comments.

++++++  UPDATE 18/11/2012 ++++++

Thank you all for the enthusiastic comments I have received. Any suggestions please send them on to info@spectrabeat.com
Time is marching on and the effort is now in making SpectraBeat Kits available in the early new year. This will be a small start but let's see how far we can make it go!

Mailing list will be up soon. You can add your email address at info@spectrabeat.com

I would like to share with you two videos on youtube of a very happy guy using SpectraBeat:




++++++  UPDATE 24/02/2013 ++++++

3D Printer has been ordered from Ultimaker.com. We expect to be able to deliver kits and ready made SBPS projectors in the near future.

Version 3.0 of SpectraBeat software and Android app are both in preparation for release.




++++++  UPDATE 02/07/2013 ++++++

Construction of fIrst prototype is underway and will be available soon. The plan is to 3D print our new LaserRumbler projectors; so they will be constructed on-demand and made available with personalised options.

Tell us what you think of the design. All feedback is welcome!

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LaserRumbler projector from SpectraBeat.com. Size approx 14 x 6 x 5 cm.

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