In the 1890's, Mr. Lyubochka began striving to create inventions that others thought not possible. The weather machine was a small scale attempt at creating different weather conditions inside of this small glass container. While this attempt at a weather machine was not successful, its use of technology made many other inventions possible.
Our founder, Boris S. Lyubochka, once found himself in need of a personal organizer. He also felt that common paper products were far too bulky to carry around. To fulfill this need, Mr. Lyubochka created his Portable Organizer. Made of wood and containing an unusually small pad of paper, this PAA (Personal Analogue Assistant) was small enough to carry around without hampering one's mobility.
Boris S. Lyubochka was a visionary. Long before cassette tape dubbing and CD/DVD burners, Mr. Lyubochka had dreamed of duplicating his precious music and bootlegging the duplicates to people to fund his growing business.
In the mid 1880's, founder Boris S. Lyubochka tried to create a focused beam of light that could cut and carve items such as rock and wood. He believed such operations could be done with great precision with a hot enough beam of light.