A unique, crowd-sourced, 3D-printed telescope is poised to revolutionize how we look at the sky.
Late last year, we announced Oregon-based innovator and amateur astronomer Robert Asumendi’s plans to release the Analog Sky telescope system, featuring a set of giant space binoculars. Now, we’re happy to announce that Robert has officially launched the project as a crowd-funded campaign on Indiegogo.
Handheld binoculars offer a generous field of view, and an intuitive approach to viewing the sky: there’s no ‘looking down to look up,’ like with using a traditional telescope. This is a common eye-brain barrier to observing, where the user has to continuously re-translate the view at the finder, then the naked eye sky, then at the eyepiece. I see this dilemma constantly while coaxing […]
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