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SEGA arcade history book pops up cabinet classics on your coffee table SEGA arcade history book pops up cabinet classics on your coffee table

July 16th - via: syfy.com
For all you fans who remember how SEGA killed it, even back in the pre-Sonic days, comes SEGA Arcade: Pop-Up History, a premium hardcover that tells the story of five of the company’s early forays into the pre-VR world of arcade “body sensation” cabinets (Read More)
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Evan Carson announces Kickstarter for new solo album

July 16th - via: loudersound.com
iamthemorning collaborator inspired by his grandfather's time with Polish resistance in WWII (Read More)
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Nashville notes

July 16th - via: kwbe.com
The new album from two-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year Kathy Mattea arrives September 7. You can preview the track, “I Can’t Stand Up Alone,” on YouTube. (Read More)
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PGP creator backs Openbook, a KickStarter privacy-first alternative to Facebook

July 16th - via: neowin.net
[COMING SOON] - A new privacy-oriented social network called Openbook has gained the support of notable security experts. The firm is due to launch its KickStarter on Tuesday to raise funds to build the new network. (Read More)

Endangered animals close to artist's heart

July 14th - via: knutsfordtimes.com
Local artist Lyndsey Keppel-Green is looking for funding for her first book, to raise awareness of endangered animals., through Kickstarter. (Read More)
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Critical Role Has Plans for More Miniatures

July 13th - via: comicbook.com
Critical Role and Steamforged Games have plans for more miniatures based on characters from the popular Dungeons & Dragons webshow. Earlier this month, Critical Role and Steamforged launched a ten day Kickstarter to produce miniatures based on characters from the show's first and second Dungeons & Dragons campaigns. (Read More)
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'Mystery Science Theater 3000' Launches New Crowd-Funding Campaign For Season 12!

July 13th - via: sciencefiction.com
'Mystery Science Theater 3000' and their devoted fan base broke Kickstarter records to crowdfund an eleventh season of the show. Now, they're ready to do it again with for season 12 of the popular Netflix revival series. (Read More)

Occult Secrets of the Underworld Kickstarter (D&D 5e/PFRPG) launched!

July 13th - via: nerdtrek.com
Dear readers!   It has happened – the Occult Secrets of the Underworld are finally revealed!   When AAW Games released Underworld Races & Classes, the Kickstarter narrowly missed the stretchgoal to make this book…but Jonathan G. Nelson listened to the fans, and commissioned this book, which, for me, is a passion project. (Read More)

Blake Northcott Talks w/411 about Fathom, The North Valley Grimoire, More

July 13th - via: 411mania.com
You don’t need a crystal ball to predict the future and I can safely say that mega-talented Blake Northcott is one to watch. In fact, when they announce her taking over as head of Marvel or DC, I won’t be surprised in the slightest. (Read More)

Innovative Hybrid Smartwatch "Muse" Triples Crowdfunding Goal

July 13th - via: virtual-strategy.com
Innovative Hybrid Smartwatch "Muse" Triples Crowdfunding Goal, Surpassing Presales of $78,000 on Kickstarter Featuring one-year battery life, fitness tracking, (Read More)

Ex-NASA Engineer Creates 'Insane' PS4, Xbox One Controller Mod

July 13th - via: ign.com
Ex-NASA engineer Jake Middleton has launched a Kickstarter campaign for his “insane, over-the-top” PlayStation 4 and Xbox One controller mod, MEGA-one. MEGA-one acts as a type of exoskeleton for existing PlayStation 4 and Xbox One controllers. It’s made from “aircraft grade” aluminum, features an “industrial-grade” vibrator, and “mega motor, (Read More)

Multifunctional Travel Backpacks : Multifunctional travel backpack

July 12th - via: trendhunter.com
Finding a multifunctional travel backpack that fits one’s needs is a trying task. The commodity has to have an uncluttered and clean exterior, be an appropriate shape and size, as well as have a thoughtfully arranged interior for organizational purposes. The BRIIDGS offering seems to satisfy all those categories and more. (Read More)

Sega Arcade Pop-Up Book Springs To Life On Kickstarter

July 12th - via: comicbook.com
We’ve got a number of publications that are paying loving tribute to the games of old, including a Master System compilation that’s sure to be a big hit with fans. But what about Sega’s arcade scene? After all, the company produced a number of iconic favorites before it moved into the home (Read More)
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Asher House works with Wayside Waifs to encourage people to adop

July 12th - via: kctv5.com
His journey started with a successful Kickstarter campaign. He said he sold all of his belongings and bought an RV with his best friend. They and their six rescue dogs are traveling to 49 states to host events to encourage adoption (Read More)
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This tiny dongle brings Bluetooth audio connectivity to the Nintendo Switch

July 12th - via: mobilesyrup.com
This Genki Bluetooth adapter for the Nintendo Switch is such a good idea that it's surprising a third-party accessory manufacturer hasn't already released a similar dongle. (Read More)

Search For Answers And Sanity in 'Infliction'

July 12th - via: bloody-disgusting.com
It's tough being an indie game developer, especially if it's a one-person project. Take Caustic Reality's Infliction, which is currently in development by just one man, Clinton McCleary, and has been for over two and a half years. The game is currently on Steam, but in a rarity for this day and age, there’s a demo available on the game’s Steam page. (Read More)

Now in Its 5th Year Photographing the City, Humans of St. Louis Will Become a Book

July 12th - via: riverfronttimes.com
Humans of St. Louis, until now a project based entirely on social media, will soon release a full-length book that chronicles the faces and stories of hundreds of individuals in the area. (Read More)
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Raid your purse 'cos that inflatable pink coffin is now on Kickstarter

July 12th - via: metro.co.uk
Pics of the pink coffin float went viral, with everyone feeling it as a big summer mood, and support for the unusual float ended up being so high that Greenbaum announced he would consider crowdfunding. Consider he did, for the coffin’s Kickstarter has just launched. (Read More)
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Despite Kickstarter Disaster, ONO Seeks More Funding Through New Crowdfunding Campaign

July 11th - via: all3dp.com
The concept behind the ONO 3D printer (which at the time was named the OLO) was exciting for a number of reasons. For starters, it was an affordable and compact UV light source-based 3D printer that is supposed to utilize the light from your smartphone to print objects. (Read More)

How a Kickstarter Project Influenced Women Half a World Away

July 11th - via: indianexpress.com
“India works very differently than any other place in the world. Here, feminism can mean the right to marry whom you want, to have better working conditions or simply to demand justice for the wrongs done to you. Often, the kind of elitist feminism we preach in cities piggy-rides on the many challenges that women at the grassroots face and fight." (Read More)

Need validation in your life? This gleeful clapping robot will provide it

July 11th - via: wbrc.com
Called Big Clapper, the robot looks faintly like slightly objectionable Pokmon Jynx — only colored bright red, and with plastic hands raised perennially overhead like an overexcited preacher. If you’re asking what exactly a Big Clapper robot does well, frankly you’ve come to the right place (Read More)

'Mind MGMT' Returns -- With a Read-Along Record Album

July 11th - via: comicbook.com
Acclaimed cartoonist Matt Kindt is launching his first-ever Kickstarter project to independently finance an unusual project: an all new, stand-alone MIND MGMT comic book by Kindt, and a read-along, 7' vinyl record by Kindt and Clint McElroy. (Read More)

"Spotify for Cookbooks" Just Launched on Kickstarter

July 11th - via: purewow.com
Ever feel like googling a recipe is like playing a game of roulette? This kickstarter digitized thousands of chef-curated cookbooks—and it’s as easy to use as Spotify. (Read More)

Canvia's new Kickstarter brings art into the modern world of technology

July 11th - via: sociable.co
For art lovers everywhere Palacio‘s new Kickstarter campaign for Canvia, a digital display that looks like a real painting, is bringing art into the modern world with a digital touch. (Read More)

Help This Kickstarter Rebuild One Of Detroit's Most Famous '80s Techno Sound Systems

July 11th - via: electronicbeats.net
Club Heaven was an influential gay club at the heart of the Motor City's early electronic dance music scene. Detroit Sound Conservancy is trying to preserve the legacy of Club Heaven by restoring and reinstalling the club’s original sound system. Through a process of “electronic archaeology”, they’ll restore the amplifiers, cables, drivers, horns and speaker cabinets and breathe new life into the sound system (Read More)

Binding of Isaac Card Game Kickstarter Already Earned Over $1 Million

July 10th - via: comicbook.com
From game creator Edmund McMillen of Super Meat Boy and The Binding of Isaac fame, The Binding of Isaac: Four Souls is a multiplayer card game that just went live on Kickstarter on June 27. With an initial goal set of raising $50,000, the project has now blown past that with the total amount pledged being $1,141,363 at the time this is written. (Read More)
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Because International launches kickstarter campaign for retail shoes

July 10th - via: spokesman.com
Because International, a local nonprofit that makes and distributes growing shoes for children in need around the world, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a retail version of their shoe, called “Expandals.” (Read More)

“Pick It Up! Ska In The 90s” documentary launches kickstarter campaign

July 10th - via: dyingscene.com
Pick It Up! Ska In The 90s will tell the story of ska’s history throughout the first two waves in the 60s and 80s and how the third wave turned ska into an entirely new sound in the 90s and became wildly popular all around the world for a brief moment in music history. (Read More)
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Long awaited Kickstarter Success Metroidvania Game Chasm is releasing this Month

July 10th - via: gamezone.com
Chasm has been a game long in the making, with its first appearance in 2013 and a following successful Kickstarter campaign. Now, developer Bit Kid is ready to announce their passion project will release this month, July 31st on PC, PS4 and PS Vita for only $19.99. Check out the new teaser trailer! (Read More)
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New Zimple Kickstarter campaign : Ziflex - Flexible & magnetic build platform for 3D Printers

July 10th - via: 3dprintingindustry.com
While other systems usually use a solid steel sheet and magnets, Zimple has come up with something innovative: using strong directional magnetic sheets on both parts. (Read More)

Airlango unveils crowdfunding for $500 Mystic AI drone

July 10th - via: venturebeat.com
In doing so, the company hopes to play a part in ushering in a new era of autonomous robots that serve users’ needs through advanced perception and neural processing. (Read More)

Minneapolis designer Joe Quarion corners untapped market: men’s skirts

July 10th - via: citypages.com
A few years ago, Joe Quarion of Minneapolis was getting ready for an ultimate Frisbee match. Occasionally, the team captains would give the players goofy dress-up themes. This time, it was skirts and dresses. Quarion put on a skirt he bought at Savers and headed to the field. (Read More)
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A Kickstarter for a Ruth Bader Ginsburg action figure just raised over $600,000

July 10th - via: mic.com
From the courtroom to the toy store, Notorious RBG reigns supreme. (Read More)
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What If SCREAM's Ghostface Called You?

July 9th - via: dreadcentral.com
Talk about the ultimate Scream souvenir. When you hear Ghost Face mention your name, you’ll know first-hand what Sidney goes through when she answers the phone. (Read More)
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This Robot Can Clap For You And That’s Just What It Does

July 9th - via: nerdist.com
Have you ever been at work, working your little buns off, and you just did it really well? Whatever it is you were trying to do, you put in the work, you got it done, and if you say so yourself, you completely, totally, absolutely nailed it. While you may have gotten a trophy for things like that when you were a kid, now you’re an adult, so trophies don’t tend to come around as often as they used to. Wouldn’t it be nice, though? (Read More)

This case adds wireless charging to AirPods for $15 USD

July 9th - via: mobilesyrup.com
If you can't wait for Apple's new wireless AirPods charging case or AirPower charging mat, this could be the perfect accessory for you. (Read More)

Famed Batman Artist Graham Nolan Launches KickStarter for Monster Island!

July 9th - via: boundingintocomics.com
Famed Batman artist and the co-creator of Bane, Graham Nolan recently launched a KickStarter for his upcoming collected edition of Monster Island as well as a hardcover art book. (Read More)

Jumpstarting your dream project

July 9th - via: cbncompass.ca
Crowdfunding sites giving people a boost to reach their goals. In the world of fundraising for pet projects, including film production, book publishing, aid to victims of all kinds, environmental initiatives and, well, just about everything else, crowdfunding is increasingly being used as great tool. (Read More)

Seek Launches Kickstarter for Its New Line of Cricket Flours

July 9th - via: grubstreet.com
Founded by Robyn Shapiro (a former marketing executive with Ralph Lauren), Seek has created all-purpose, gluten-free, and Paleo blended flours, all of which it says can be used cup for cup in any recipe using flour. Sean Sherman, Elena Reygadas, Alison Roman, and others contributed recipes. (Read More)

After five years and 72 Kickstarter updates, Chasm is finally coming this month

July 9th - via: destructoid.com
In 2013, when Kickstarter was just a blip on some folk's radars, Chasm was announced. Developer notes that the project has "exceed [their] wildest expectations," and as a result Early Access backers are reaping the benefits and are getting their keys on July 16 "barring any unforeseen complications." (Read More)
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‘The Binding of Isaac’ Card Game Surpasses $1 Million on Kickstarter

July 9th - via: variety.com
The game has three 100-card decks — monsters, treasure, and loot — all featuring the disturbingly cute “Binding of Isaac” art style. Kickstarter backers who donate $25 or more get a copy, which includes the three decks, bonus cards, custom dice, a rulebook, and more.. (Read More)
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beeline moto smart navigation device for motorcycles provides an easy and safe drive

July 9th - via: designboom.com
after the launch of a navigation device for cyclists, its developers improved 'beeline' into 'beeline moto' which gives the option of full route guidance. (Read More)

Labyrinth Owners Start Campaign To Expand Into Comedy Center

July 9th - via: post-journal.com
[JAMESTOWN, NY] - There will be a local taste to the food that will be available at the National Comedy Center. NCC officials have hired the owners of the Labyrinth Press Company to provide food at the national attraction based on the “celebration of comedy.” (Read More)
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