Rocksolver uses Kickofflabs to find its first customer

Rocksolver for 2-dimensional applications like stone paving is a working prototype and is now ready for its first customer.

Thankfully there are services like Kickofflabs (that’s kick-off-labs, not kick-of-flabs which is about fat people playing soccer) which make it really easy (and cheap) to construct and release a landing or “coming soon” page.

I’ve just composed a landing page using Kickofflabs and it’s here:

If you’d like to be the first to know when Rocksolver is released as software-as-a-service (SaaS) or if you’d like to be the world’s first customer visit the landing page (see screenshot below) and register with your email address.

If you are the first customer you’ll need to send us photos of 20 to 50 stone pavers and the dimensions of a rectangular area to be paved and then we’ll send you the computer-generated layout plan, for $10. We’ll let you know how to take the photos.

Looking forward to hearing from you.


About malcolmlambert

Atmospheric physicist by trade. Spent some years working in Antarctica and building a house in Tasmania. One day a very old technology (dry stone walling) and a very new technology (computer science) came together in my brain and I conceived an invention. Now I'm an inventor/entrepreneur.
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