From fielding AudioMoths in remote forests, to tricking out your bench setup in your top secret underground lab. Products funded on and produced by GroupGets end up in interesting places around the world to enable important missions. We want to give you a platform to easily share your story and give you store credit towards making new ones.
How it Works
Simply post a photo or video on Twitter and Instagram, tag GroupGets and we will DM you a $5 Store credit code. Do you have more than just one photo or video? Use the form below and we will contact you for more photos and content, and a $15 credit code. If you are more of the writer type, using the form below, submit your current or past project and write up and we'll send you a $30 store credit.
*All submissions subject to GroupGets approval
What is This?
From fielding AudioMoths in remote forests to tricking out your bench setup in your top secret underground lab, products funded on and produced by GroupGets end up in interesting places around the world to enable important missions. We want to give you a platform to easily share your story and give you store credit towards making new ones.
How it Works
For a quick $5 in store credit, simply post a photo and tag us on Twitter and Instagram. We'll DM you a store credit code. If you want to go bigger, email us more photos and content to email@example.com with the subject line "In the Wild" and we'll reply with a $15 store credit code and feature your post on this page and maybe in our newsletter. And if you are feeling very wordy about your nerdy pursuit and want to commit to a story for our blog, we'll give you $30 in store credit if we accept your proposal.
GroupGets Store Credit for Approved In the Wild Submissions
Approved In The Wild submissions can get up to $30!
Post a photo or video and tag us on Twitter and Instagram: $5
(limit 1 per month)
Medium amount of text/content: $15
Blog style post with many images and/or video/s: $30
*subject to GroupGets approval
In the Wild Submissions
"Lepton for Home Projects" by: Matt Navarro
I like to use my PT2 and Lepton as an overpowered stud finder, I found it works way better than the normal stud finders on exterior walls and also helps avoid power wires, water pipes, or other weird stuff behind the wall. It is also very useful looking for bad insulation spots or gaps around doors and windows. I've even used it to find my cat when he got outside at night!
Taking this chance to test my Flytron DroneThermal board with 25 degree FOV Lepton2 sensor connected to a Matek FPV transmitter, being received by my custom wrist mounted FPV controller. Will get a video switcher to switch between thermal and low light runcam owl 2. Original Twitter Post … Read More
“HydroMoth in Freshwater”: by RobinSandfort
20 minutes from post box to pond. Our first dedicated #hydromoth arrived. Can‘t wait for some underwater #bioacoustics. Show us your freshwater hydromoth sites! #capreolus @OpenAcoustics @abr_eco @groupgetscom Original Twitter Post … Read More