Astrohaus is a New York City based connected hardware company focused on creating products people love. It was founded in 2014 with the launch of the Freewrite distraction-free writing tool after successfully raising ~$350k on Kickstarter (Campaign). All units were shipped out to Kickstarter backers in April 2016.
We don't take the middle road and aren't afraid of stirring controversy with our products. Our mission is to create unique, well-designed consumer products that make people's lives more productive and fulfilling. We are building Astrohaus as a product development company that will continuously launch new, exciting products and market them until they can be spun out or sold. With the success of the Freewrite, we are now thinking bigger to larger markets with an aggressive launch schedule of new hardware and software products.
Adam Leeb, cofounder, is a graduate of MIT with a degree in mechanical engineering and a focus on product design. His experience is diverse across design, finance, and entrepreneurship. He is a constant tinkerer and loves to develop unique consumer products.
Patrick Paul, cofounder, is a Michigan State graduate and software developer. Patrick's experience includes professional work in international development, climate change mitigation, and rooftop solar. He is a life-long programmer and enjoys building prototypes.
Charlie Weikert, hardware engineer, joined Astrohaus in August 2015 as a Venture for America fellow. He is responsible for engineering design changes, sourcing components/parts, and generally anything that you can touch. Before working at Astrohaus, he worked with jet engines for Rolls-Royce, designing and testing future aircraft propulsion systems. Charlie always knew he would be an engineer and invented his first product in high school, a revolutionary yo-yo that he licensed to Duncan Yo-Yo's.