The Story Behind G-RIG
If creative people were easily impressed by the fact that the world has seen virtually everything, there would hardly be any new inventions, there would be a standstill and nothing extraordinary would be developed. Without those visionaries who risk life and limb in badly ventilated garages, windowless basements or smoke-filled pubs to work relentlessly on their ideas, we would still stalk our prey clutching our clubs and believe that climate change is the work of gods.
Garages and basements in general seem to be a breeding ground for the great technological and creative revolutions of this world; maybe because only there, men feel truly at ease or maybe because they can only capture the deeper sense of things when they are surrounded by chaos.
That is how Jobs and Wozniak did it when they invented the only true computer; Holmes and Watson had their most brilliant ideas after numerous sleepless nights and this was also the case with Fischer and Vogel when they decided to build the first G-RIG.