Why We Do, What We Do
Our special joy is finding ways to help the disabled enjoy the outdoors, whether it is helping a person holding binoculars to watching birds, assist a person with hunting and just having fun target shooting.
Scot Browne has created several products for people with disabilities, utilizing TurboCAD for design and creating the finished product in his machine shop. He is also very willing to create new or custom products.
Scot has a positive outlook on life and a can-do attitude that has made Big Sky Imagination into the idea-building business that it is today!
In 2005 I was diagnosed with a degenerative muscle disease (inclusion body myositis) which within a few years prohibited me from one of my favorite summer activities-checking out the activities in Southwest Harbor, Maine with my binoculars from my condo porch. After an extensive internet search, I found Scot Browne’s site with a superb gadget for holding binoculars while in my wheelchair.
Once again, I’m checking out harbor activities!
It is truly a great, easy to use device and I recommend it to those of you challenged
by the weight of your binoculars.
It is well made and truly worth the rather modest price.
— Craig from Kansas