We have been working with NASA Kennedy Space Center Chief Engineer David Sollberger since May of 2016. Together we designed a custom launcher system with what has to be one of the coolest master control panels made for model rocketry - it was built into one of the cases that originally housed the igniters for the Space Shuttle solid rocket boosters.
We have worked with many museums including: SEE Science Center (exhibit), The Tech Museum (with their yearly challenge), Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose, Connecticut Science Museum, Currier Museum of Art and the Children's Museum of New Hampshire.
We are currently working with multiple STEM and STEAM programs. The Currier Museum of Art's summer campers made some of the most artistic rockets we've seen yet. Our good friend Nick at STEAM & Co. in the UK has a great pairing of the excellent book ``Rocket Boys`` and a rocket lesson featuring our launcher.
This rocket launcher made for a GREAT birthday party! My 7yo wanted a rocket party instead of a "bounce" party, so we got this for its incredible WOW! factor. My 12 year old assembled the launcher in less that 30 minutes and we were out shooting off rockets in the front yard, backyard, driveway...hallway (not recommended). We had 17 kids making their very own paper rockets and launching them even in wind and rain. The parents were equally as impressed, or maybe even more so. It made for a super cool birthday party, for half the price for twice as many people...and we still have the launcher...and we're still launching!
Braxton Howard at Kickstarter
This is one of the coolest things I've seen. The similar products on the market have always looked like they barely work and there's no way to use anything but their own rockets. Your encouragement for creativity and learning, plus the super simple form factor are awesome... I'm looking forward to getting my nephews into this and you guys really seem to be putting education first and getting kids excited for science.
Denise White at Kickstarter
I'm so excited about this project! I've been spreading the word and I hope it'll generate some excitement! Looking forward to many launches with my kids!!