Welcome to Mike Grusin's

“Aside from that, people have pointed out that it is a useful object to test with. It's instantly recognisable, it has complex topology, it self-shadows, there are hidden surface issues, it has both convex and concave surfaces, as well as 'saddle points'. It doesn't take much storage space – it's rumoured that some of the early pioneers of computer graphics could type in the teapot from memory.”
-Steve Baker

About Flying Circuits

Flying Circuits started when old friends began contacting me with unusual engineering problems.  Together we’ve been able to come up with creative and elegant solutions for these problems, and through word of mouth the client list has continued to expand.

I currently have a shiny new master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Colorado, and 10 years of consulting experience in a variety of fields.  I’ve worked on rockets, space shuttles and satellites; MCUs, UAVs and DVDs.  I am now seeking full-time employment, part-time consulting, and tickets to orbit and beyond.

Aerospace systems engineering, embedded systems, media production, and tech rescue.

Anything, anytime, anywhere.  By appointment.

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