Lucas Jordan was working out on his treadmill one morning, thinking about the work he could be doing on his iPad. Unfortunately there just didn’t seem to be any mount system available for it at that time. So Lucas created his own reports Democrat and Chronicle.com.
Out of that notion came the iPad Bracket. It became a focus of the new online business ClayWare Games LLC, owned and operated by Jordan and his wife, Debra Lewis, and based at their Linden Street home.
Jordan said the iPad Bracket business ideally will help the couple finance the educational game aspect of their business.
The bracket is manufactured by Aluminum Injection Mold LLC of Rochester and the design is by Steve Rapp of Brighton.
Image from ClayWare Games