i know its just a hobby for you, but if you really want it to catch on, id suggest getting a few made and getting them in to the hands of people. that way it's a proven concept, the bug companies arent going to risk finances in something that might flop (those says are behind us, where companies took chances).Pashkuli wrote: ↑Fri Dec 06, 2019 11:22 amYes, that is correct. As I mentioned the curvy standard design was meant to be "an open source" design ~15 years ago but no one seemed to had any interest in it back then (I even sent it to some big sharks, just to got the envelopes returned intact; guess they had no idea what "open source design" meant in a non-software connotation).
the boutiques are where you are most likely to gain some traction.
but getting a few well known players, trying it out, could not only bring it to the open but also with feedback the design could be tweaked
(not me, im just a fool on the internet, but theres people like himalaya, who would give you a competent player and some honest feedback )