PuzzleBox Orbit | Science Channel | “All-American Makers”


Many people have asked me over the past week since the promos airing whether or not it was me whom they saw for “All American Makers” while watching the Show MythBusters. To dispel any and all questions for my friends, colleagues and business associates I wanted to confirm that what you saw (or will see tonight) was me and my partner Steve Castellotti.

As my subscribers, friends and business associates are aware I have a background in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering as well as being a Serial Business Owner/Entrepreneur. This experience and background (along with being the long time close friend of 20 years to Owner and Founder Steve Castellotti of PuzzleBox) brought me to the show to support STEM Education and the products which Puzzlebox has on the open market today. As you can see the show was a blast and we had a lot of fun with the crew, speaking about the science behind the Puzzlebox products.

“Business is not about profit alone but about the people we serve through the products we design” Joshua Macias

At Puzzlebox we are very excited about the upcoming show and how it showcases our company along with other amazing designers, engineers and business owners. By far this was one of the best experiences of my professional career and I look forward to other opportunities should they present themselves.

When I originally wrote this I was traveling on my way to showcase our next product the “Bloom” at CES in Las Vegas. The Bloom is also a Brain Control Interface (BCI) product working extensively with EEG as well as bio-interface technology (i.e SmartWatches etc). It is a true honor to have been selected to support and encourage Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education which is at the core of our reasoning to have the Bloom open source. You can download our open source design for the bloom on our website (www.puzzlebox.io) or on ThingiVerse here.

This is a great time for us at Puzzlebox LLC stay tuned as we share more about our 3D printed designs, our latest products and how we can encourage the movement of the NeuroScience industry into the commercial space bringing about innovation, inspiration and education to the market place.

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