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ShoeHaiku: Game/VR controllers that fit in your shoes!

A project in Austin, TX by Renaissance Innovations

Cancelled by Creator

ShoeHaiku sensors slip into a pair of shoes and detect walking, running & jumping - this generates mouse moves and key-strokes via USB.
Backers: 4
Average Pledge Per Backer: $38

Funded: $153 of $10,000
Dates: Nov 27th -> Dec 24th (28 days)
Project By: Renaissance Innovations
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Pulling the plug.

December 4th - via:
Sadly, it doesn't look like this project is going anywhere.  I think we hit the market at the wrong time - and it seems like the product could use some tweaking...and we could definitely use a better video. Ah well, the vagiaries of Kickstarter. So... (Read More)

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