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Our creation story

The inspiration for Euclid came about in the kitchen, when creator Joshua Redstone was working on a recipe that called for 1/4 cup of milk. He had a choice between a smaller or larger measuring cup and asked himself Which one would measure more accurately? He realized that there was a mathematical way of framing the problem, and as a math nerd he couldn't resist finding the answer.
Euclid next to flowers
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What followed was a math deep dive, four years of development, a patent (#9341508), many prototypes, and a successful Kickstarter campaign. At last, in October of 2018, Euclid's first production run was complete.
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Kickstarter Campaign

Creator Joshua Redstone

Josh has always loved math, particularly where it intersects the real world and the design of everyday things. He is also, as you might have guessed, a passionate cook.
Euclid creator Joshua Redstone
He received his PhD in Computer Science at University of Washington before working at Google and Facebook as a software engineer. He now lives and works in Cambridge, MA, where he innovates kitchen products and probably bakes too much cornbread.
Euclid creator Joshua Redstone
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