Have you emailed the video around to people like John Carmack? The video is one that could easily be emailed around between people of all sorts of different engineering/physics/chemistry based professions as all the relevant information is provided and it is entertaining enough for some guy at Boeing to email his friend at NASA asking when they're going to start strapping cannons like this to their rockets
And THAT is precisely why we made it a public video. I figured I needed to get enough technical information in the video to make the sales pitch but keep it entertaining enough to be sent around in email by those who just like watching explosions (ie, college students and the like).
My only regret is that the last screen doesn't have my email address. The original cut did, but security nixed that.
I have no idea about the inner-workings of trying to market things like this and what goes on behind the scenes and I assume the company you work for has some marketing strategy in place for VERA but I just thought I would ask any way.
Marketing? What's this marketing stuff you speak of? Seriously, I'm in an industry where there are so few players everybody pretty much knows who everybody else is and who does what. As such, marketing is almost unheard of in the traditional sense of the word. The customers come to us.
But VERA represents something new. I felt marketing is called for and nobody disagrees, but lacking a marketing budget... Well, I'm doing what *I* can do.