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OrCam launches crowdfunding campaign for unique wearable AI device

December 12th - via: jpost.com
OrCam Technologies, a Jerusalem-based start-up known for developing advanced technology to help the visually impaired, launched a Kickstarter campaign. (Read More)

Panda 3D Paladin is an all-metal SLA 3D printer on Kickstarter for $299

December 12th - via: 3ders.org
SLA (stereolithography) 3D printing is the go-to technology when a smooth surface finish is a priority or when the part has very small details. No other 3D printing technology can match the precision and speed of SLA. So then, why isn’t it the most popular form of 3D printing? The biggest deterrents to purchasing and operating SLA 3D printers is their price and the messiness of handling the liquid photocurable resins they use. Generally, if a company improves the user-friendliness of the resin-loading system, it comes with a hefty increase in price. But a new all-metal SLA printer on Kickstarter called Paladin is breaking the $300 price point without skimping on the features. (Read More)

Pixel Happy Game Girls - An Upcoming VN About Creating a Game

December 12th - via: techquila.co.in
There’s a lot of projects out there on Kickstarter and not everyone of them is worth your time, however some definitely are, and so here’s one in particular, a seemingly small time project, that looks like it will be worth your while and it’s called Pixel Happy Game Girls. (Read More)
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Nate Lawrence's New Book "City Surf" is Helping Kids Surf in San Francisco

December 11th - via: surfer.com
Through a combination of subterfuge, embargoed evidence, and tight lips those ensconced in San Francisco's surf scene tend to do everything in their power to keep the city's seasonally world-class surf to themselves. But while they've historically done a good job of keeping things under wraps–doing their damnedest to dissuade the multitudes of techies who've descended upon the city's ocean adjacent neighborhoods from entering the lineups–a non-profit organization is trying to introduce surfing to the city's underrepresented populations. (Read More)
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Aethyr Kickstarter Has Reached Double Its Original Target

December 11th - via: gamerevolution.com
Kickstarter can be a ruthless creature, especially with so many exciting projects left unfunded, but the Aethyr Kickstarter is having no such problem. In fact, the action RPG has already reached more than twice its original target. Aethyr offers a huge amount of customization as you go dungeon crawling in the aftermath of a mystical apocalypse. (Read More)
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Hover 2 - Autonomous Drone Storms Kickstarter

December 11th - via: cinema5d.com
New fully autonomous drone Hover 2 is very popular on Kickstarter. The campaign is already far above its goal and it goes on till 30th December. The drone offers many interesting autonomous features and its stabilized 4K camera has some promising specs. (Read More)

War for Chicken Island

December 10th - via: dicetowernews.com
War for Chicken Island is a new dice and card driven, area control, and take-that Kickstarter project from designer Ivan Escalante (Necronomicorp) and Draco Studios. 2-4 players each take turns helping to set up Chicken Island, a land of limited space, tight resources, and too many chickens, then each receives a brave chicken leader, a hand of cards, some starting resources, and 5 custom dice. On their turn, after gaining cards and rolling dice, players can build war machines for their army, travel across the land, and wage feathered war. (Read More)
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Kickstarter-Backed Jenny LeClue Announced for Nintendo Switch

December 10th - via: hardcoregamer.com
Jenny LeClue is heading to Nintendo Switch after Mografi made the announcement during the Kinda Funny Games Showcase over the past weekend. The Florida-based independent developer has released a new trailer alongside the news (posted below), with the mystery adventure title already confirmed for release on PlayStation 4 and PC in 2019. (Read More)

Tainted Grail: Fall of Avalon Is The New KS From Awaken Realms

December 9th - via: dicetowernews.com
Awaken Realms, makers of massively successful Kickstarter projects This War of Mine (2017) and Lords of Hellas (2018), have started a campaign for their new game, Tainted Grail: Fall of Avalon from designers Krzysztof Piskorski and Marcin ?wierkot. Tainted Grail is a cooperative story driven adventure game which takes place in an alternate, dark Arthurian world, and features amazing art from Piotr Foksowicz. In Tainted Grail, 1-4 players work cooperatively, without turn order, to explore a growing map made of high quality tarot sized cards, in a manner reminiscent of the ground-breaking 7th Continent. (Read More)
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‘Bayani’ Kickstarter campaign is now ongoing, developer partners with FChamp

December 9th - via: gmanetwork.com
Ranida Games has been on a roll these past few months. The developers of Filipino fighting game “Bayani: Kanino Ka Kakampi?!” have just launched the game’s Kickstarter campaign. They also won an award and formed a partnership with eSports star Ryan “Filipino Champ” Ramirez. (Read More)
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Gaming with the Gnomies: (Kickstarter) War for Chicken Island

My Kickstarter judgement is pretty good, and part of me says this is too good to be true, but a large portion of just loves the concepts and application for War for Chicken Island. (Read More)
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The World's First Titanium Hollow Tripod Ballhead. Price Tag: $499

December 8th - via: petapixel.com
The Denver-based tripod maker Colorado Tripod Company has announced the world’s first hollow titanium ballhead. It’s called the Highline Ballhead Titanium, and it’s designed to be ultra-light, ultra-strong, and ultra-versatile. “Although the process of extracting titanium from its ore is costly, designers consider it valuable enough for specialty applications such as aerospace, where its combination of strength-to-weight and corrosion resistance is unrivaled,” the company says. (Read More)

Kinda Funny Games Showcase - KickStarter Spotlight for Adams Ascending

December 8th - via: techraptor.net
The Kinda Funny Games Showcase had a ton of trailers for small indie games, but perhaps the most ambitious spot was a live-action trailer for the currently on KickStarter game, Adams Ascending. Developed by singular developer Nick DePalo, a seven year veteran of the film industry, Adams Ascending is a sci-fi story driven game focused on both exploration and gameplay choice to determine how games story unfolds. The game stars the interstellar explorer Adam, who crash landed on a different dimension, with no way home. Adam must not only survive, but his actions can potential save the world, as revelations on the true purpose of humanity are explored in his search to finding a way home. (Read More)
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Watch New Teaser for 'Documentary for the Recently Deceased: The Making of Beetlejuice'!

December 7th - via: bloody-disgusting.com
Next year marks the 30th anniversary of Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice, and the doc Documentary for the Recently Deceased: The Making of Beetlejuice is in the works just in time for the celebration. Over on Kickstarter, a fundraising campaign has just been launched for the documentary, which is produced by Adam F. Goldberg (“The Goldbergs”)! (Read More)
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HumaNature Studios’ ToeJam & Earl sequel will launch in March, 2019

December 6th - via: kitguru.net
ToeJam & Earl rose to prominence alongside the success of the Sega Mega Drive (Sega Genesis in North America), sadly falling out of the public eye following the failure of Mission to Earth in 2002. Developer HumaNature Studios is set to revive the series in March, 2019, following a successful Kickstarter campaign. (Read More)

Kickstarter Alert: 'Oddbods Go-Kards' Is a Tabletop Racing Game Full of Wacky Family Fun!

December 6th - via: geekdad.com
'Oddbods Go-Kards' a smart and quirky card-powered racing party game that's fun for the whole family. (Read More)
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First controller for Ableton Live's Looper available on Kickstarter

December 6th - via: factmag.com
A bespoke controller for controlling Ableton Live’s Looper device is currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter. State of the Loop has dedicated controls for recording, playing and overdubbing loops. It also allows you to select and launch scenes in Live, and the hardware features two expression pedal inputs. (Read More)

CMoN KS For Blood Rage Digital Version Is Live

December 5th - via: dicetowernews.com
Cool Mini or Not has just started a Kickstarter campaign for a digital version of Eric Lang‘s 2015 mega-hit Blood Rage (BGG #27). The digital version is being produced by Exozet and looks amazing. Each region of the board looks different, with unique topology, climate and villages. All of the cards and figures are meticulously rendered in 3D, including new miniatures not seen before. The digital game includes network play for up to 4 players, solo play against the AI, and mixtures of the two. One of the most exciting aspects of the Kickstarter is the Physical Viking Pledge, which includes the actual miniatures for all of the new 3D assets along with the digital game. These include four new monsters: the Mountain Giantess, a new wolf called Garm, the Wolfwoman and the Seer Troll. Other models are the new Stag Clan with Mystics, 6 Golden Gods of Asgard miniatures, and new expansion cards for 5 players. (Read More)
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Peel-Apart Instant Film is Back, and It's Called ONE INSTANT

December 5th - via: petapixel.com
Fujifilm killed off the last peel-apart instant film when it discontinued its FP-100C back in 2016 despite an effort from Impossible founder Florian Kaps to keep it alive. But now, two years later, Kaps has just announced the re-birth and re-invention of peel-apart instant film: it’s called ONE INSTANT. Developed through two years of R&D by Kaps and his team at Supersense in Vienna (which he founded after leaving Impossible in 2013), ONE INSTANT is “a next-generation Type 100 peel-apart instant film.” (Read More)

A 22-year-old Singaporean who sold over 10,000 self-designed bags learned to do business by asking strangers on the street for advice

December 5th - via: businessinsider.sg
Singaporean Mandy Chan, 22, isn’t planning on letting anything get in the way of her entrepreneurial dreams – even if that means delaying her education against her parents’ wishes. Chan is the co-founder of sports and travel accessory start-up Bow. With a capital of about S$5,000, she started her business in 2017 with Singaporean designer Koh Choon Kiat, 30. Now, they have three other members working with them. (Read More)

Innovative Equipment Maker Alpha Dominche Ceases Business Operations

December 5th - via: dailycoffeenews.com
Alpha Dominche, which burst onto the the specialty coffee scene six years ago with the launch of the high-design Steampunk brewing system, has announced that it has shut down all business operations. An announcement from Alpha Dominche CEO Thomas Perez came from seemingly out of nowhere for backers of Indiegogo and Kickstarter campaigns for Alpha Dominche’s Flask home brewing device. (Read More)