About Lunatic Labs
Lunatic Laboratories, a small startup company built from two parts genius and one part crazy — or maybe it’s the other way around, I forget.
A bit about me personally, I served 5 years in the US Marine Corps and after seeing one, too many friends get prematurely separated from limbs; I decided when I got out to do something about it. These days I am an engineer, geeky science/ sci-fi nerd, and a avid maker with a rather large health and medical background. I have a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical engineering and am currently a Ph.D candidate in biomedical engineering!
But if you are here, you probably want to know about the blog.
These days I’m doing something I like to call 365 Days of Academia (DoA)! It’s an easy way to take some notes about different topics that I can go back and reference when I forget something. It also is great for people wanting to learn something new or what it’s like day to day in a PhD program.
If that isn’t awesome enough, followers will get the first look at new and interesting technologies coming from the lab directly, things you won’t see anywhere else. These include my personal robotics projects, new prosthetic designs, and even a few really big ideas that I am working on with lawyers to patent before they can be officially debuted here (blame patent law for that one). Basically, this is my journey as a Graduate student with a small business and all the stumbles, fumbles, and successes in the process.
As for our ideas sure, they are bizarre, but they aren’t just crazy ideas, they are ideas crazy enough to work!
Wish us luck!