On November 30, Memoto closed a month-long Kickstarter campaign that raised $550,000 to manufacture a lifelogging wearable camera.
Now the Etch-a-Sketch, that beloved toy which started life in the 1960s and amused children for the next three decades, is coming back – thanks to the help of the iPad.
The Ink Dial addresses what Chouinard said is a common frustration in printing.
So what kind of “creative projects” does Kickstarter enable?
Smartphone owners have plenty of on-the-go charging options, from USB sticks to solar-powered backpacks.
Recoil, a plastic device similar to a fishing reel for wires, provides an easy solution to tidy up offices, entertainment centers or the ear buds in your pocket.
Klymit, the Utah company known for creating NobleTek™ argon gas insulation for outdoor gear and apparel, has launched a Kickstarter project as a potential funding source for the production of the Klymit Ulaar Jacket.
The concept for the eyeCLICK remote control device came to Wu after listening to an Apple keynote address, when the company announced the iPhone had become the most used camera in the world.
Kickstarter is an innovative platform that helps entrepreneurs get funding needed for product development, but according to a new infographic, almost half of Kickstarter projects fail.
Paul Anderson, an inventor based in Oregon, has created an iPhone accessory called the Daylight Viewfinder, which blocks out stray sunlight and improves your ability to see images on the screen when framing your shots.