I would like to thank everyone for the warm welcome into this great community. I have been a lurker for some time, but I just got around to making an account recently, and I am glad that I did.
I launched the (still primitive) website https://n-dtech.com the other day, where I exhibit my Alt-Az fork mount prototype, along with details about the technology and its associated intellectual property. Further, plans are in the works for a field co-rotating correction device (also called a field de-rotator). N-Dimensional Technologies, LLC has some intellectual property on this device as well, enabling cord and cable-free operation.
The business is at a critical stage in its startup life, where help from the community, funding, and hiring are all paramount concerns. Please, check out the website, below in the signature, and I will be glad to answer any of your questions.
While my background is in physics, I confess that I am not an expert in image acquisition or post-processing, so please be gentle with me when evaluating my images. The image of Messier 16 on my website is merely to showcase the capability of the mount prototype, not to embellish my astrophotography ability. You may notice a slight amount of elongation of the stars, but that is normal with an Alt-Az mount when field rotation is not taken into account, and the exposure is long. The field of view is extremely narrow, in order to demonstrate the capability of the mount. While wide field images may make prettier pictures, narrow field images are much more difficult to acquire, since any perturbation or disturbance is exaggerated.
Thank you for reading, and I invite you to check out the new (albeit a little primitive) website, which has all the information about the company, its associated IP, and upcoming products. If you have any questions, I would be glad to answer them here. Otherwise, contact information is on the website.