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Liz Longley Releases Kickstarter Funded Studio Album 'Funeral For My Past'

September 18th - via: forbes.com
Liz Longley never intended to crowdfund her sixth studio album, but when the Nashville-based singer-songwriter learned it would cost more than she could afford to buy back the masters from her record label she looked to Kickstarter and her fans for help. Longley says she spent months planning her Kickstarter campaign, which included house concerts, writing songs with donors and penning songs when requested. (Read More)

Xcube modular hard-shell camera backpack from $99

September 18th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Photographers and travelers searching for a hard-shell backpack may be interested in the Xcube a modular carrying system that includes anti-theft features, customizable compartments and is also available in a number of different sizes depending on your needs and requirements. (Read More)

Artist-D dual extruder 3D Printer hits Kickstarter from $339

September 18th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
JGMaker have designed and created a new dual extruder 3D printer aptly named the Artist-D, which is this month launched via Kickstarter and already blasted past its required pledge goal thanks to over 230 backers with still 29 days remaining. Features of the 3D printer include four printing modes, independent dual extruder, filament detector, modular nozzle, 32-bit silent motherboard and direct drive technology. (Read More)

This portable CD player works with your wireless headphones for old school cool

September 18th - via: techradar.com
Dust off your Spice Girls CDs, wake up your long-slumbering Tamagotchi, and dig out your old flannel shirts – the 1990s is back, as the humble portable CD player is given a modern twist by NINM Labs in its latest Kickstarter project. Its Sony Discman-style player – dubbed the Long Time No See – comes with all the hardware you'd expect from a CD player, with the addition of Bluetooth 5 connectivity, which means you can listen to your old discs using your wireless headphones or a Bluetooth speaker. (Read More)

Inkas: The Legend Is A Kickstarter Board Game That Weaves Andean History With Legend

September 18th - via: thegamer.com
A new Kickstarter project for a board game called Inkas: The Legend aims to preserve an oft-forgotten piece of history. Inkas: The Legend hopes to do just that by basing its aesthetic and gameplay on the Incan creation myth. The myth sees the Ayar siblings, children of a god, quest in search of Cusco. But Cusco is not a selfish emperor as Disney led us to believe– It is actually a promised land full of magic. (Read More)

3 Upcoming Kickstarter Board Games - October and Onwards

September 18th - via: kick.agency
If you happen to be a video gamer, you’ve probably heard about Cuphead and its colossal success. Townsfolk Tussle by Stephen Louis, Tony Mayer and Rachel Rusk uses similar inspirations in its artstyle while looking like a really fine tabletop game on its own. Freedom Five: A Sentinel Comics Board Game is a 1-5 player co-op game set in the colorful city of Megalopolis threatened by a villain called Baron Blade. To defeat him you’ll have to take on the roles of superheroes and face him and his minions in various scenarios or a longer, story focused campaign. Tabula Games (Mysthea, Volfyrion) is back on Kickstarter with a brand new project called Sons of Faeriel designed by Christian Zoli (Wherewolf). (Read More)

How Does Your Garden Grow?

September 17th - via: dicetowernews.com
Starling Games has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its next game, Flourish. The game is designed by James A Wilson of Everdell fame and Clarissa A. Wilson. There is a team of artists supplying the lovely artwork for the game, including April Borchett, Dann May, Christina Qi, and Naomi Robinson. The game plays 1-7 players, ages 8 and up, in about 20-60 minutes. (Read More)
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Goner, the Dinosaur Survival Horror Game, is 124% Funded on Kickstarter

September 17th - via: thenerdstash.com
Goner is a single-player story-driven game. It’s a first-person game that follows Anthony Sunder as he searches for his missing mother. She and her expedition vanished on an island inhabited by a hostile lost civilization and dangerous fauna. Some of the dinosaurs featured include the huge winged quetzalcoatlus, the crocodile-esque deinosuchus, and the edmontosaurus. Players will need to use dinosaur bones, skins, and other parts for food, weapons, armor, and tools. (Read More)
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Lonesome Village Announced on PC, Switch With A Kickstarter

September 17th - via: dualshockers.com
Lonesome Village is an experience inspired from 2D Zelda games and Animal Crossing. The game’s town is inhabited by animal villagers trying to return to a normal life after a disaster which heavily damaged their home. The protagonist is Wes, a wandering coyote who happens upon the village and decides to help. Wes will need to help the inhabitants rebuild and forge friendships with them, in similar fashion as Animal Crossing. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] Hell Architect set to launch a Kickstarter campaign in November

September 17th - via: altchar.com
Hell Architect is kicking off its Kickstarter campaign in November. The tycoon and city builder game will see its players put their building and management skills to a hellish test. The game is a mashup of a tycoon and city builder and allows you to design, build and manage your own personal hell. (Read More)

Reveho Launches Kickstarter for Revolutionary Modular Slite Guitar

September 17th - via: edm.com
Six years ago, French music equipment brand Reveho dreamed up a modular and easily portable electric guitar that didn't compromise quality and sound. The Slite was born out of that dream, and Reveho's plan for the instrument has nearly come to fruition. (Read More)

There is No Light Gets Funded on Kickstarter, Coming to PS4, Switch, Xbox, PC

September 17th - via: hardcoregamer.com
There is No Light first hit Kickstarter on September 8, and it’s already been fully funded. Its initial goal of $30,000 was reached in a little over 100 hours, which ensured that the game itself would be finished. However, two stretch goals have also been reached to enable more side-quests and a bestiary. (Read More)

Innovative MindShift rotation camera backpack hits Kickstarter

September 17th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Photographers searching for an easy way to access the gear and camera while out and about, may be interested in a new innovative backpack called the MindShift, equipped with a rotating storage compartment to allow easy access to your camera when needed. (Read More)

Cost-Effective Independent Dual Extruders Direct Drive 3D Printer: JGMAKER Artist-D Launch at Kickstarter

September 17th - via: 3dprint.com
The JGMAKER Artist-D 3D printer is quite a bit different from other low-cost 3D printers with only a single extruder and build plate. The JGMAKER Artist-D 3D printer is designed with independent dual extruders, offering greater possibilities for printing. (Read More)

'Magazine For Young Girls' Launches First Issue

September 17th - via: hypebae.com
A new independent zine, titled Magazine For Young Girls, is highlighting talent from Asia and diaspora communities around the world. Following a Kickstarter campaign, creators Eom Jisoo and Wei Ting Wong are finally launching their first-ever issue. (Read More)
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Alice Needs Your Help!

September 16th - via: dicetowernews.com
Epic Scale Games and game designer Robb De Nicola are pleased to announce the Kickstarter campaign for Robb’s latest game, Automated Alice. The game is based on the novel of the same name written by Jeff Noon. The artwork for the game is provided by Jared Sanford. The game plays 1-4 players, ages 8 and up, in about 25-45 minutes, depending on player count. (Read More)

Point Salad studio’s next game, Cascadia, recreates the beauty of the Pacific Northwest

September 16th - via: dicebreaker.com
Venture into the mountains of the Pacific Northwest to help foster harmonious ecosystems in Cascadia, the upcoming board game from the studio behind Point Salad and Calico, Flatout Games. (Read More)
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Timebirds had a $25,000 Kickstarter goal... but raised $1.1 million instead

September 16th - via: smartcompany.com.au
Having set out to raise a very specific $24,598 in crowdfunding through its Kickstarter campaign, startup Timebirds has now attracted more than $1.1 million, and counting. Founded by Julien Claudin, Kieran Antill and Ross Hastings, the startup builds simple gym-style timers, designed to help gym bunnies keep track of their workouts whether they’re in the gym or not. (Read More)
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News: Chain: Comics Superstar Scott Snyder Reveals New Thriller Series

September 16th - via: nordic.ign.com
Comic book superstar Scott Snyder is launching a new creator-owned imprint called Best Jackett Press, with the first title being the recently announced Nocterra, which teams Snyder with fellow Batman veteran Tony S. Daniel. For now, fans still have a little while left to pledge on the Nocterra Kickstarter before it wraps. (Read More)

The O.Z. Brings a Mad Max Wizard of Oz Reimagining to Kickstarter

September 16th - via: comicbook.com
The Wizard of Oz is a classic story with a beloved cast of characters, and now that iconic world and cast are being reimagined in a huge way thanks to a new comic series titled The O.Z. The O.Z. is a new series written by David Pepose (Spencer & Locke) and artist Ruben Rojas, and while it doesn't replace what came before, the world of Oz has never looked quite like this. (Read More)

'Arisen: Chronicles of Var'Nagal' Launches Kickstarter Campaign - Trailer

September 15th - via: worthplaying.com
Set on the island of Maccialatt, Arisen: Chronicles of Var'Nagal allows you to shape the personality of your character using the “Emotion” cards (Fear, Sorrow, Disgust, Anger, Joy) as you speak with different kinds of people. Your choices will impact the world around you while you unlock new cards. (Read More)
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Nocturnal Visitors comes to light on Kickstarter

September 15th - via: adventuregamers.com
Made with RPG Maker MV, Nocturnal Visitors may look like a retro-styled keyboard- or gamepad-controlled roleplaying game, but its focus is on telling a story on two different levels. The more obvious one is the tale of Jamie's adventures on Aliorbis, but beneath the overt plot is a subtext about "the process of constructing a story." (Read More)
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The Red Opera RPG [D&D5e] : A Glorious Promise | Preview

September 15th - via: nodiceunrolled.com
In short, it is a long campaign set in a mysterious realm where anyone can make a temporary pact with one of the various Patrons (and for this the warlocks take on a key role). Along with the campaign manual there will be a dedicated soundtrack created by the metal group DiAmorte with the Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra. (Read More)
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FLOURISH Funded In One Hour On Kickstarter!

September 15th - via: gametyrant.com
Flourish, the newest game from James and Clarissa A. Wilson, has already fully funded on Kickstarter! It’s currently at more than 2x the funding goal and will continue to grow as the day progresses. (Read More)
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There Is No Light meets Kickstarter goal, confirms Fall 2021 Xbox and PC release window

September 15th - via: windowscentral.com
In the mood for another game that throws you into the middle of a dark, apocalyptic universe? Look no further than There Is No Light, an ARPG from HypeTrain Digital that just shattered its Kickstarter goal in a matter of days, and is now confirmed for a Fall 2021 release date. There Is No Light is set in a shattered world where catastrophic events practically wiped out all of humanity, and now the remains are forced to live alongside monsters and demons alike. (Read More)

INTERVIEW: Brian Stelfreeze & Doug Wagner Discuss Their New Kickstarter Comic Thomas River

September 15th - via: cbr.com
Acclaimed comic book creators Brian Stelfreeze and Doug Wagner are teaming up for a new ongoing comic series Thomas River, starring an eponymous secret agent that has to deal with the increasingly volatile state of American politics while investigating a coordinated terrorist attack across several of the United States' biggest cities, with the stakes immediately becoming explosively personal for River. The creative team, joined by color assistant Michelle Poust and letterer Ed Dukeshire, has decided to crowdfund the series' launch through Kickstarter, with its own special tiers of incentives for backers. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] Nippon Marathon 2 Hopes To Race Onto The Switch Via Kickstarter

September 15th - via: nintendolife.com
Fans of games which are utterly bonkers might remember Onion Soup Interactive's Nippon Marathon which launched on Switch last year. Onion Soup is hoping to crowdfund the development of a sequel for Switch, known imaginatively as Nippon Marathon 2. Not only does it promise a new and improved cast of crazy characters, but there will also be a number of new silly physics abilities to boot. (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Build the Pacific Northwest in 'Cascadia'

September 15th - via: geekdad.com
Expand the terrain of the Pacific Northwest and create the best habitats for wildlife in Cascadia. Cascadia is a tile-laying game for 1 to 4 players, ages 14 and up, and takes about 30 to 45 minutes to play. It’s currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, with a pledge level of $29 for a copy of the game. Cascadia was designed by Randy Flynn and published by Flatout Games, with illustrations by Beth Sobel. (Read More)
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Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Create a Colorful Lei in 'Lucky Luau'

September 15th - via: geekdad.com
Lucky Luau is a card-drafting game for 2 to 6 players, ages 8 and up, and takes about 15 minutes to play. It’s currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, with a pledge level of $15 (plus shipping) for a copy of the game. The game has a family-friendly theme and is easy to learn, so it works well even for younger kids, as long as somebody helps them with the scoring. Lucky Luau was designed by Jeff Boltz and published by CardLords, with illustrations by Anastasia Ermolina. (Read More)
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Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Who Will Go 'In Too Deep'?

September 15th - via: geekdad.com
Infiltrate the criminal Syndicate and go undercover to foil their plot—but be careful that you don’t go In Too Deep! In Too Deep is a sci-fi game for 1 to 4 players, ages 13 and up, and takes about 90 minutes to play. It’s currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, with a pledge level of $65CAD (about $48USD) for the retail edition or $79CAD (around $58USD) for a copy of the deluxe edition. In Too Deep was designed by Josh Cappel and Daryl Chow and published by Burnt Island Games, with illustrations by Dominik Mayer. (Read More)
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Twiddlesum unique interactive real-time calculator

September 15th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Liomaflo based in the United Kingdom has return to Kickstarter to launch their fourth project in the form of the Twiddlesum, a unique interactive real-time calculator, built to encourage children to learn maths or to enjoy as a novel desk gadget. You ‘read’ Twiddlesum in the same way as you would ‘read’ an Abacus, but without having to count the beads – it’s instant, and the equation is laid out in the traditionally written way. (Read More)

Jim Zub Celebrates Skullkickers 10-Year Anniversary With Kickstarter Campaign

September 15th - via: thegamer.com
Renowned Dungeons & Dragons and comic book writer Jim Zub recently launched a Kickstarter campaign celebrating the 10th Anniversary of his fantasy-action-comedy comic Skullkickers. With the $16,939 goal already reached, the campaign will have Zub and they’re team creating a brand new Skullkickers comic story, along with an entire companion tabletop roleplaying adventure for the fifth edition of the world’s most popular roleplaying game. (Read More)

Phi Ruler Golden Ratio ruler for sketching

September 15th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Designer Ming Lo has created a new sketching ruler in the form of the Phi Ruler, offering a Golden Ratio ruler for “harmony creation”. Created to provide the ultimate design tool for designers, which also easily fits in your pocket, the Phi Ruler is currently available to back via Kickstarter for the next three days. (Read More)

Kickstarter Alert: Stay Contact Free While Opening Doors and Pushing Buttons With LINC

September 15th - via: geekdad.com
LINC is a new tool designed to open doors, press buttons, and perform other tasks so that users do not need to come in physical contact with shared surfaces. LINC basically becomes an extension of a person’s hand. LINC is the invention of Troy Crosby, who has produced hi-tech custom parts for a number of industries. The tool is manufactured completely in Canada. (Read More)

The Reckoners Are Expanding!

September 14th - via: dicetowernews.com
Nauvoo Games has announced the first expansion for its highly-regarded cooperative game, The Reckoners, which was based on the series of young adult novels written by Brandon Sanderson. The expansion, The Reckoners: Steelslayer, is designed by the original game’s designers, Brett Sobol and Seth Van Orden. The artwork is provided by Noah Adelman, Miguel Coimbra, and Ian O’Toole, all of whom contributed to the artwork of the original game. (Read More)
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Winnipeg illustrator getting dragon tale off the ground

September 14th - via: winnipegsun.com
A Winnipeg illustrator’s new book is one part Wall-E, one part How to Train Your Dragon, and now, critically, all parts funded. What is Dragon Nanny? Besides being Currie’s 11th graphic novel, his latest plot, unsurprisingly, revolves around dragons. (Read More)
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Titanium micro-sized tape measure, a magic wand, pen, and more

September 14th - via: the-gadgeteer.com
The Ti-Tape is a micro-sized pocket-friendly Titanium 3-foot long tape measure with a user-replaceable tape. Core is a ballpoint pen with an anodized aluminum shell with a mechanism that has been inspired by the classic craft knife. TalkSocket puts an Alexa Popsock on the back of your phone. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] Automated Alice launches Sept 15th on Kickstarter

September 14th - via: fullsync.co.uk
In Epic Scale Games’ Automated Alice, players collectively take on the role of Alice while trying to match coloured dice to specific goals listed on the evidence cards. Watch out for Mrs Minus and her Civil Serpent dice, as they will try to block your path. Perk cards and unique character abilities will help Alice on her journey. (Read More)

Reckoners Steelslayer cooperative board game expansion

September 14th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Nauvoo Games have developed and launched a new expansion for the Reckoners cooperative board game based on the books by Brandon Sanderson. (Read More)
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[COMING SOON] Zenith VR game offers fast paced action

September 14th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Developers at Zenith have taken to Reddit to reveal more about the upcoming “JRPG inspired VRMMORPG” Zenith, expected to enter Early Access during the first months of 2021. When launch the virtual reality game will be available on Oculus Quest, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Valve Index, and PSVR. (Read More)

Lauco 12 in 1 USB-C Hub With Wireless Charging

September 14th - via: wccftech.com
Lauco has announced its new USB-C 12-in-1 hub with Qi wireless charging which features a wide selection of ports including two HDMI, 3 USB 3.1 ports, 2 USB-C ports, microSD, and SD slots, Gigabit Ethernet, and USB-C power delivery. This makes it the ultimate all-in-one solution for users looking for a USB-C hub that does it all. (Read More)

Shoes made from ocean plastic get a kick along

September 14th - via: coastcommunitynews.com.au
The sustainable shoe brand, D’bris, which makes footwear from ocean plastic and car tires, is in reaching distance of their global Kickstarter campaign goal. Copacabana local, Sam Shearer, is the Sales and Brand Manager of D’bris and said the idea to make sustainably friendly shoes came out of a dream to see less waste in the ocean. (Read More)
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3 Upcoming Kickstarter Board Games - Chronicles, Galaxies and Dinosaur Islands

September 14th - via: kick.agency
Fall is almost here and so are tons of huge Kickstarter campaigns that many of us were impatiently waiting for. A brand new publisher from France called Moskito Games is about to launch their first project on Kickstarter. Chronicles of Waral is a board game for 2 to 4 players set in a fictional Kingdom of Kreis where various groups fight each other over controlling its capital called Heldenheim. It turns out that on September 22nd we will have one more, unexpected game related to Dinosaur Island, launch on Kickstarter… (Read More)

[COMING SOON] #672 – Lucky Luau [Preview]

September 14th - via: whatsericplaying.com
In Lucky Luau, you’re prepping for the big event! Everyone’s going to make their own lei using flowers, nuts, leaves, and various other things you can find around the island. Naturally, yours needs to be the best, partially because we’re in a board game for the purposes of this narrative and being the best at things matters a lot more, there. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] #671 – Cascadia [Preview]

September 14th - via: whatsericplaying.com
In Cascadia, wildlife flourishes. The game aims to pay tribute to the rich flora, fauna, and landscapes of the Pacific Northwest with a quick tile-laying drafting game. Get animals to their habitats of choice to try and score, and build contiguous habitats to increase your points even further. (Read More)

AirBolt global GPS tracker GPS, LTE-M and NB-IoT tracker with 12 month battery

September 13th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
If you’re in the market for a global tracker you may be interested in the AirBolt GPS tracker launched via Kickstarter this month offering global tracking LTE-M and NB-IoT and a battery capable of providing up to 12 months of life from a single charge. (Read More)

Wolf and Grizzly versatile outdoor cooker system

September 13th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Campers, adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts looking for a small compact yet versatile outdoor cooker and cooking system may be interested in a new solution created by Wolf and Grizzly. (Read More)

Arium Gives Players The Power To Create Their Own Game World

September 12th - via: thegamer.com
Arium is a roleplaying game with a unique twist that sees players create the world in which they adventure. The game concept is that there are multiple unique Ariums in the world, but the players live and influence only the one that they game in. This concept may feel a little confusing at first to the tabletop world but for video gamers, it is a fairly common idea with sandbox games like The Sims and Planet Zoo. (Read More)
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Cory Doctorow is fighting back against Amazon's Audible

September 12th - via: fastcompany.com
When science fiction writer and activist Cory Doctorow releases his new novel, Attack Surface, next month, you’ll be able to pick up a physical copy from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or your local independent bookstore. But if you’re someone who prefers an audiobook, you’ll find the novel, which deals with a corporate cybersecurity expert struggling with the morality of her work, absent from one of the biggest audiobook stores on the internet: Amazon’s Audible. Instead, Doctorow is selling the recorded version of the book through a Kickstarter campaign, and it will also be available through non-Amazon vendors like Google’s Play store and libro.fm. (Read More)

Is'nana the Were-Spider: Showtime KICKSTARTER LIVE NOW!

September 12th - via: comic-watch.com
The newest volume of Is'nana the Were-Spider deftly blends cultures organically as Is'nana discovers break-dancing, stops a Horror, and encounters the worst of Western society. (Read More)
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Return to the Supercade

September 12th - via: twingalaxies.com
In July, Van launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund Volume 2 of Supercade: a visual history of the videogame age, 1985-2001. Twenty years after the publication of the first volume by MIT Press, the sequel was fully funded within 5 hours of going live and by the end of the campaign earned over five times the original funding threshold, unlocking a series of stretch goals that include publication of an Anniversary Edition that includes both volumes. (Read More)

Boyfriend Dungeon Is Delayed to 2021

September 11th - via: pvplive.net
Kitfox Games have announced an update that they will be delaying the release of their upcoming video game Boyfriend Dungeon. According to their statement, the reason for the delay is due to various mental and personal reasons with the team. (Read More)

Boyfriend Dungeon Is Delayed to 2021

September 11th - via: pvplive.net
Kitfox Games have announced an update that they will be delaying the release of their upcoming video game Boyfriend Dungeon. According to their statement, the reason for the delay is due to various mental and personal reasons with the team. (Read More)

The Reckoners: Steelslayer Expands on the Hit Board Game

September 11th - via: dualshockers.com
When it released in 2018, The Reckoners quickly shot up the board game charts. The cooperative game is based on Brandon Sanderson’s hit young adult fantasy novels and uses a dice-based system to great effect. Now, the game is getting a brand new expansion called Steelslayer. More accurately, it’s a collection of four modules that can be swapped in and out of the base game. (Read More)
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Photographers are going crazy over Universal Lens Hood; over $170,000 raised on Kickstarter

September 11th - via: diyphotography.net
Universal Lens Hood is just has raised over $170,000 on Kickstarter so far, and there are 20 days still left to go. Universal Lens Hood is… well, a universal lens hood. According to KUVRD who designed it, the hood can fit 99% of camera lenses. Of course, Universal Lens Hood protects your images from flare but also protects your lens from fingerprints, scratches, and elements – pretty much like a regular hood. It’s soft and collapsible, stretchy enough to be fit onto any lens, but still sturdy enough to maintain shape. (Read More)

VR Ears off-ear VR headset audio solution possibly delayed until 2021

September 11th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
The developing team at Rebuff Reality has this week notified backers of its successful Kickstarter campaign which raised more than $200,000 thanks to over 2000 backers, shipping of its new VR Ears, off-ear VR headset audio solution, may be delayed until 2021. Designed to dramatically enhance the comfort of the Oculus Quest virtual reality headset as well as providing enhanced audio. VR Ears we successfully funded back in May 2020. (Read More)

Kickstart A Video Game Sound Instrument

September 11th - via: sonicstate.com
Looking for funding on Kickstarter is High Score, a virtual instrument plugin that has been designed to recreate the sounds and music of video games and computers from the 1980s. (Read More)
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Tomorrow Dies Today - Becoming a Super Villain

September 11th - via: kick.agency
General Goodman has finally finished his evil plans and is about to set them in motion. Would you dare try to stop or defeat him? Well then you might have picked a wrong game as in Tomorrow Dies Today everybody plays as villains! (Read More)

White Swan Coffee Lab launches Kickstarter campaign to purchase their building

September 11th - via: 14news.com
White Swan Coffee Lab launched a Kickstarter campaign this week asking for assistance to buy the Franklin Street building the shop is set up in. (Read More)

ArtSpot back on Broadway

September 11th - via: buckrail.com
When the ArtSpot made a move last year, a Kickstarter campaign was launched to bring it across the road and refab the structure. The result is a brand new ArtSpot II looking better than ever. (Read More)
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