What's in the box????

Your goddamn destiny.

I'm thinking about buying a box when it's available!

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I think this is wicked and I'd love to help it actually existing!

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We want to Kickstart this idea (as soon as the prototype is ready), but in order to do so, we need to collect the names of people who'd like to either get a box or just spread our word of cosmic chaos and party hats.

We're not going to send you a bunch of inconvenient emails, just an invitation to a group and — when we're ready to launch — ask you to share some funky funky videos and precious stuff.

Be the first to get it

Follow our progress on Twitter

Or, if you'd rather, leave your email below! (no spam, only box stuff)

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Share your social reach

We're planning on a bombastic and canavalesque launch — and you can help! Oh yeah. Very much indeed.

This website called thunderclap lets you share your social reach and help our whacky message spread around the planet.

Join our Thunderclap *kaboooom* →

What's this box thing?

LeapBox is an actual physical box — it's a gadget made to boost your determination. It allows the user to lock something up and define under which conditions the lock opens. The box will automatically check if the conditions are met from time to time and open if it sees you (or whoever you're challenging) did the thing you're supposed to do. Of course, the box will come with an easy to use software to define it's parameters.

what's it for?

We're still experimenting — right now with fitness apps and later on we'll try blogs. Here's some ideas we had — but we need help! How would you like to use this box? We're super interested! Please get in touch.

Example 1 — running app

Keith got to the point where he needed to exercise. It was not a matter of choice anymore. So he used his own weapon: his unhealthy habits.

Every Monday he'd place all his earthly delights in the box: his cigars, his weed and his mini bourbon bottles.

The box was programmed to track his Nike+Run app. If he reached the 15km, he'd have a great Sunday.

Example 2 — dashboard

The Startup is growing fast and furious.

Then, the competition is announced. 12 named boxes are placed on the entrance side table. Only 3 will open, whoever gets 100.000 new subscriptions gets to open his/her box.

In two weeks the first box opens. There's car keys inside. 11 people suddenly feel the urge to rush.

Example 3 — text input

Tech events are - sorta by definition - kinda showoffy. Everybody wants to have a dancing robot.

This one had a box lit by a blue ceiling light. It had a cryptic question and pointed to a website that collected answers. A transparent lid showed its contents: a job offer at Google.

Quickly the participants realised it was a treasure hunt.

who's making it happen?

A pack of nerds from all around the Globe (seriously, we've got people from Brazil to New Zealand with Germany in the middle — it's bananas). We've gathered to praise the box deities and their tyrannical box whims.

Miles Utunga Thompson is convincing the AI overlords not to kill all humanity (also he's programming). Florian Stoehr captures tiny robots in the wild and makes them obey his bidding. Pedro Sousa repeatedly repaints the same objects to find the true beauty in them. Joriam Philipe is trying to teach a shoebox how to effectively sell itself (and it's working).

We don't bite

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What's in the box????

Your motherfucken destiny.

Join the community

If you're hyped (and you shooooould), we need people to ask some questions and test some weird ideas. Join our community and find other like-minded humans.

The box is an opensource project, so if you dig the tech part, this is also the place for it.

Join our Facebook group

Be the first to get it

Follow our progress on Twitter

Or, if you'd rather, leave your email below! (no spam, only box stuff)

Got it!
Oops! There's something wrooong!

Share your social reach

We're planning on a bombastic and canavalesque launch — and you can help! Oh yeah. Very much indeed.

This website called thunderclap lets you share your social reach and help our whacky message spread around the planet.

Join our Thunderclap *kaboooom* →

what's this box thing?

LeapBox is an actual physical box — it's a gadget made to boost your determination. It allows the user to lock something up and define under which conditions the lock opens. The box will automatically check if the conditions are met from time to time and open if it sees you (or whoever you're challenging) did the thing you're supposed to do. Of course, the box will come with an easy to use software to define it's parameters.

what's it for?

We're still experimenting — right now with fitness apps and later on we'll try blogs. Here's some ideas we had — but we need help! How would you like to use this box? We're super interested! Please get in touch.

Example 1 — running app

Keith got to the point where he needed to exercise. It was not a matter of choice anymore. So he used his own weapon: his unhealthy habits.

Every Monday he'd place all his earthly delights in the box: his cigars, his weed and his mini bourbon bottles.

The box was programmed to track his Nike+Run app. If he reached the 15km, he'd have a great Sunday.

Example 2 — dashboard

The Startup is growing fast and furious.

Then, the competition is announced. 12 named boxes are placed on the entrance side table. Only 3 will open, whoever gets 100.000 new subscriptions gets to open his/her box.

In two weeks the first box opens. There's car keys inside. 11 people suddenly feel the urge to rush.

Example 3 — text input

Tech events are - sorta by definition - kinda showoffy. Everybody wants to have a dancing robot.

This one had a box lit by a blue ceiling light. It had a cryptic question and pointed to a website that collected answers. A transparent lid showed its contents: a job offer at Google.

Quickly the participants realised it was a treasure hunt.

© 2018 Miles Thompson and Joriam Philipe. All rights reserved.

who's making it happen?

A pack of nerds from all around the Globe (seriously, we've got people from Brazil to New Zealand with Germany in the middle — it's bananas). We've gathered to praise the box deities and their tyrannical box whims.

Miles Utunga Thompson is convincing the AI overlords not to kill all humanity (also he's programming). Florian Stoehr captures tiny robots in the wild and makes them obey his bidding. Pedro Sousa repeatedly repaints the same objects to find the true beauty in them. Joriam Philipe is trying to teach a shoebox how to effectively sell itself (and it's working).

© 2018 Miles Thompson, Joriam Philipe, Pedro Sousa and Florian Stoehr. All rights reserved.

We don't bite

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If you want to set off and go develop some grand new thing, you don’t need millions of dollars of capitalization. You need enough pizza and Diet Coke to stick in your refrigerator, a cheap PC to work on and the dedication to go through with it.—  JOHN CARMACK

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