Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Impossible Project hits a snag
You may have read in the press that The Impossible Project is delayed. We have no connection to them and we want them to succeed. Risk has always been one aspect of their quest. I have never been in a project that was finished on time, or within budget. Very often, in medical device development, which I think is at least as complex as integral film, probably more, there have been delays caused by material problems. Materials that won't cooperate, or arrive late, or have characteristics that weren't anticipated, or have turned into unobtanium. This is typical, and does not mean that the process has been pettered, but it usually does mean that more late nights, worries, and of course expenses will occur. I found the wording of their press release curious - as if they were only giving themselves another month. The tension builds...
Posted by Bob Crowley at 9:21 AM