Seeing clearly and looking forward

Greg Henderson’s earliest hover experiments. Greg Henderson’s earliest hover experiments.

There is a legend that Ted Williams, the epic slugger of the Boston Red Sox, possessed 20/10 vision. That is, he could see a pitched ball coming toward him more clearly than anyone else playing the game. An advantage enjoyed by only him—and the primary reason he was not only able to bat .406 in 1941, but that he was the last major leaguer to do so. It was a unique gift and a timeless achievement. Seeing what’s coming before others do is also a definitional aspect of Arx Pax. Which brings us to our founder, Greg Henderson, and what and how he sees. Greg envisioned a way to employ an unexploited technology in ways others had not. He called this discovery: Magnetic Field Architecture (MFA™).

At an altruistic level, Arx Pax is helping change the way we think about the problems we all face today. From clean water and air, safe and secure homes, buildings and communities, Arx Pax and the MFA technology we develop will improve the quality of life on earth.

Arx Pax founders Jill and Greg Henderson.
Arx Pax founders Jill and Greg Henderson. Photo credit: Jason Henry