Our most recent innovation is the iCAN (TM), which we recently tested out in front of the Apple store in Boston, Massachusetts. It has also been on sale on Ebay.


Our research is centered around our AstroCan communications systems. Low cost and made out of recycled materials, our two-can systems can be set up in many different environments, and our researchers are working on multi-can systems.

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We can set up a low-tech LAN in just about any environment. Our experienced technicians are happy to answer any questions you may have. At AstroDime, “We Can!”


2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Andy Siegel  |  November 26, 2008 at 11:07 pm

    I’m thinking that if you have many customers, that you can develop a switching matrix. This would allow any customer to talk to any other customer, just by sending coded pulses down the “line”. Complex circuitry (or a human operator) would them make the appropriate connections (by tieing knots) to complete the connection. To hang up, one simply tugs on the line hard enough to disconnect (pulling the knot free).
    Think of the potential to share knowledge . . .
    Think of the money it could bring in . . .

  • 2. james ryley  |  August 22, 2009 at 2:39 pm

    I saw your page at and wanted to let you know about two free sites for patent research, and

    These sites offer free patent searching with more data and more features than any other free site, including free PDF downloading, annotating documents, organizing research into folders, sharing documents with other users, and alerts for new documents of interest.

    A link to let your users know about the site would be great!


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