buundl

A reactive, pre-digital, resource depletion device

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We wanted to create a product that's easy to interact with, built with non-artificial intelligence, and makes the world a bit brighter.

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Andreas Klinger
 
  • Andreas Klinger
    Andreas KlingerTech at Product Hunt 💃
    Pros: 

    A natural/organic approach to 3d printing. Genius. If i understand this correctly they can also venture into natural AI.

    Cons: 

    none2

    Love it!

    Andreas Klinger has never used this product.
Discussion
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Austin
AustinMaker@omicaustin · Founder, Layman Lab
Thanks for the hunt @bojansavikj ​We're really excited about this product launch. It's something we've been working on for a long time, and now that we're comfortably in the development stage, we're happy to share the details. A​s part of our core business, we have been focusing a lot on ​cloud-based digital technology​, but sometimes, working with Algorithms, Augmented Reality and Machine Learning, you lose a bit of that "human touch"​. So with buundl, we set out to create a product that's tangible and more human-centric. ​In our experience, the best product ideas are rooted in a personal need, ​and to that end, our goal is to create a product that we would actually want to ​engage with - something we wouldn't mind keeping in our own home for a while. ​Hope you get a chance to check out our explainer video​. Wish us luck! :)
Niv Dror
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
@bojansavikj @omicaustin Congrats! Why are you building this?
Austin
AustinMaker@omicaustin · Founder, Layman Lab
@bojansavikj @nivo0o0 We wanted to create a product that's easy to interact with, built with non-artificial intelligence, and makes the world a bit brighter.
Niv Dror
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
@bojansavikj @omicaustin congrats on the upcoming baby 👶
Austin
AustinMaker@omicaustin · Founder, Layman Lab
@bojansavikj @nivo0o0 :) Thanks, Niv!
Andreas Klinger
Andreas KlingerHiring@andreasklinger · Tech at Product Hunt 💃
Hey - wants your planned initial production run? i assume it's only one prototype at first but are you planning on the long run to also do customizable versions?
Austin
AustinMaker@omicaustin · Founder, Layman Lab
@andreasklinger At this point, we're taking a bit of a "wait-and-see" approach. Once we're able to deliver the initial prototype, we'll weigh market demand vs. budget realities vs. staffing coverage/oversight. We're initially thinking it's best to focus our efforts and equity into one product, but anecdotally, we're hearing it might be a bit of a slippery slope.
David Tran
David Tran@dtran320 · Co-Founder & CTO, Upbeat
Congrats— looks like a fantastic product @omicaustin and Dina! I'm a bit skeptical about how quickly you could scale up production for buundl if there's a lot of demand for this. Also, could you tell us about long-term support for software updates and patches? P.S. Love this very unique baby announcement :) Congrats!
Austin
AustinMaker@omicaustin · Founder, Layman Lab
@dtran320 That's a fair point. We do have to be realistic in terms of scalability. Part of our comms plan at launch will include calibrating demand expectations (particularly with our initial investors). As for long term support, we're earmarking 18 years - which feels rather generous. We'll consider pro-rated support packages at that point, but realistically the product should be fairly bug-free and self-sustaining when the initial term is up.