100% Profits to Charity
Extrasensory Devices directs all of its profits to support nonprofit organizations.
James Flynn started Extrasensory Devices in 2011 in the heart of Silicon Valley. After many successful Kickstarter campaigns and product sales, he wanted to do more. Extrasensory Devices now supports many organizations with a focus on education everywhere—and in impoverished regions, we support access to energy for safety, education, and health.
Most products sold by Extrasensory Devices are manufactured directly by us, but some of the products offered on our site are from third-party manufacturers. In all cases, 100% of profits from sales are given to Makers4Good.
Makers4Good is a charitable organization managed by Social Good Fund, a 501(c)(3) that provides support for nonprofits and charitable work around the world.
An independent board of directors is obligated by law to manage resources only to advance our charitable purpose. Makers4Good makes grants to charitable organizations on behalf of Extrasensory Devices. More info about programs, operations, and staff can be found at makers4good.org.
So far, Extrasensory Devices has delivered more than 10,000 products to happy Kickstarter supporters.
- Luxi ~ Incident light meter adapter for iPhone
- Luxi For All ~ Light Meter for Mobile Devices
- The Toaster - Mic-enabled Mobile DJ Audio Splitter
- PoweriSite: USB power from your cordless tool batteries
Since our start in 2011 we have received some great press. Here are just a few examples:
- Luxi review in Macworld
- Lomography interviews our Operations Manager, Jarrod Whaley about Luxi For All
- No Film School writes about using Luxi with the Cine Meter II app for color metering and cinematography
- Luxi Kickstarter featured on iMore
- Luxi Kickstarter featured on Cult of Mac
These companies have joined ES Devices’s mission to help people around the world either through donated skill, Expertise, manufacturing, Engineering, Design work.
- Alite Designs
- Antimatter Research
- Berlin Food & Lab Equipment Company
- Extrasensory Devices
- Flip and Tumble
- Rocket EMS
- Sparkfactor Design
- Y Studios
Head Over Heels
One Million Lights
The Pablove Foundation
Santa Clara University School of Engineering
Shaking Ray Levi Society
Whether you buy on our site or from these authorized resellers, 100% of the profits we make on each sale are donated to charity.
Our products are designed in Palo Alto, California. If you have any questions, issues, or suggestions don't hesitate to contact us and we'll get right on it.