Portable Pro Development
Portable Pro DevelopmentIt didnt start out like this...contracting with a vendor “expert” in outdoor kiosks, six ...
Portable Pro DevelopmentThis is what we got.They literally put an employee in a U-haulto drive this across country
Portable Pro DevelopmentTake a closer look at how they packed 10lbs. of electronics in a 5lb. space
Portable Pro DevelopmentThis is when I took over the kiosk development responsibilities
Portable Pro DevelopmentStarting with only two basic design criteria:1. It needed to be water proof2. It should not look l...
Portable Pro DevelopmentI contacted a local machine shop operator, Nick Foy. I knew from experience these guys can conf...
Portable Pro DevelopmentWhat I imagined was something as out-of-this-world advanced (representing our futuristic learning ...
Portable Pro DevelopmentAnd as portable as a Segway scooter
Portable Pro Development + E.T. And Segway sitting in a tree...
Portable Pro DevelopmentIn the interest of time Nickrecommended “skinning” thekiosk in fiberglass andrecommended Boyce Maj...
Portable Pro DevelopmentWithET/Segwayconcept andhandsketches,Boyce got towork
Portable Pro Development
Portable Pro DevelopmentMeanwhile,Nick workedon thechassis andfixtures forcomponents
Portable Pro Development And soonthey weremarried
Portable Pro Development
Portable Pro DevelopmentTesting into the wee hours: Tony Smith foreground RickMacNeal background
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Portable Pro project

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Portable Pro Development
  • 2. Portable Pro DevelopmentIt didnt start out like this...contracting with a vendor “expert” in outdoor kiosks, six months behind quoteddelivery
  • 3. Portable Pro DevelopmentThis is what we got.They literally put an employee in a U-haulto drive this across country
  • 4. Portable Pro DevelopmentTake a closer look at how they packed 10lbs. of electronics in a 5lb. space
  • 5. Portable Pro DevelopmentThis is when I took over the kiosk development responsibilities
  • 6. Portable Pro DevelopmentStarting with only two basic design criteria:1. It needed to be water proof2. It should not look like an ATMI went to work
  • 7. Portable Pro DevelopmentI contacted a local machine shop operator, Nick Foy. I knew from experience these guys can configure anything you can imagine. Nick didnt let me down.
  • 8. Portable Pro DevelopmentWhat I imagined was something as out-of-this-world advanced (representing our futuristic learning module) as E.T. the extra terrestrial...
  • 9. Portable Pro DevelopmentAnd as portable as a Segway scooter
  • 10. Portable Pro Development + E.T. And Segway sitting in a tree...
  • 11. Portable Pro DevelopmentIn the interest of time Nickrecommended “skinning” thekiosk in fiberglass andrecommended Boyce Major tocreate the molds
  • 12. Portable Pro DevelopmentWithET/Segwayconcept andhandsketches,Boyce got towork
  • 13. Portable Pro Development
  • 14. Portable Pro DevelopmentMeanwhile,Nick workedon thechassis andfixtures forcomponents
  • 15. Portable Pro Development And soonthey weremarried
  • 16. Portable Pro Development
  • 17. Portable Pro DevelopmentTesting into the wee hours: Tony Smith foreground RickMacNeal background

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