I'm Brad Grissom and I started stickLabs with the goal of making products easier to use by using NFC technology. I have been obsessed with Linux since 1998 and I'm a big believer in Open Source technologies. I have been writing software and creating custom electronics since 2001. I have worked on projects from embedded Linux sensors on a glacier in Valdez Alaska, to room-sized ink-jet printers, to custom digital billboards on the side of highways.
An engineering team with big dreams working from a tiny house
Colin is a Electrical Engineering major at Colorado School of Mines. Colin is truly multi-talented with the ability to jump into custom electronics prototyping, embedded C code, Android Java apps and even custom-built mechanical test jigs. With a supernatural gift for understanding 3D printers, Colin naturally arose to become the local 3D printing guru.
Forrest is a Mechanical Engineering major at Colorado School of Mines and has helped to setup an entire manufacturing, assembly, and QA process. Forrest has an amazing work ethic and a persistent drive to tackle almost any project thrown at him, even those outside of his mechanical expertise. From building current-sensing electronics, to researching the electro-capacitive dynamics of materials, Forrest isn't afraid of coming up to speed on a new topic.