10 kick-ass Kickstarter projects
These last couple of days, we’ve had all reasons to look back at Kickstarter in awe as one particular project made such a spectacular launch and raised so much money so quickly, we had to go back once again and see what’s new and exciting, and to no surprise we found more exciting projects.
The first one is of course Pebble. It’s got nearly $4.4 million in funding so far, and it broke the first million in mere 28 hours. This is just a brilliant example about the amazing power of crowd-sourced funding and Kickstarter. What’s so magical about it? What does it do and how? Check out this and 9 more kick-ass projects to drive your innovation hormones up and inspire you to create something. You won’t regret it.
Pebble made it to the headlines recently by being pretty much the best funded Kickstarter project ever. It’s a smartwatch that works in concert with your cell phone and augments the whole experience by allowing you to check out things like messages, missed calls and even mail without having to reach out for the phone. In addition it looks good, so definitely take the time to look around its Kickstarter home page.
iRemoco is a remote helicopter for iOS devices and that’s just as much fun as it sounds. Yours for $99.
SolMate is a solar charging panel and case that won’t solve the global warming, but will send a message that you care and that others should too.
SensuBrush is an artist’s brush for the iPad so your little kid can stop painting the whole house in all possible colors. It’s also an option for artists who want to use the iPad.
The Tembo Trunks are big, big speakers that aren’t really speakers. Confusing, right? Not really - they use the sound from your earbuds and amplify it for the world to hear.
The EscapeCapsule is all about protection from the elements - water, rain, snow, sand, mud, impacts, scratches, it seems like with this case your iPhone can survive it all like a cockroach. An iCockroach that is.
The Cosmonaut is an outworldly thick stylus, and its creators think that it’s the perfect one because it “feels like a dry erase marker.” Allegedly, that’s what tablet styli should feel like. It comes with the obvious comfort to hold and it effortlessly glides over the glass surface of the slate.
Orbit is a stand that will... orbit around, so you have every angle to look at your tablet. It also doubles as an excellent photographic stands when you want to get creative.
How about a dock that plugs directly into your charger? Sounds functional enough, plus it brings high-quality speakers and a bass chamber for a subwoofer-like feel of the music.
jaja is a pressure sensitive capacitive stylus and it works with any device. It uses a unique technology relying on high frequency sound to make it work.