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BlinkScan: Capture All of the Image & None of the Background

A project in Lexington, KY by Blink Technologies Inc

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BlinkScan: Instantly capture hi-res images that are cropped, de-skewed with background automatically removed, at the press of a button.
Backers: 106
Average Pledge Per Backer: $447

Funded: $47,381 of $295,000
Dates: Nov 14th -> Dec 22nd (39 days)
Project By: Blink Technologies Inc
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Latest News

A Special Message About the BlinkScan Project

December 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
It’s late on Sunday, December 22nd, and we are now officially down to the last few minutes of our first Kickstarter campaign. Unfortunately, it looks like we’re not going to make our goal with this particular campaign.   We’ve learned a lot... (Read More)

Only 5 days until Christmas, but only 3 days left to order a BlinkScan!

December 20th - via: kickstarter.com
There may be only 5 days until Christmas, but there’s only 3 days left to order a unique, cool technology gift that you can’t order anywhere else on the planet: BlinkScan.  Hurry and order yours today!    (Read More)

BlinkScan Hangs Out with the "Real" Comic Book Men of A+ Comics

December 17th - via: kickstarter.com
#BlinkScan hung out with the “Real” Comic Book Men of APlus Comics in Lexington last night. They loved how easy the BlinkScan is to use, and took some great scans of their merchandise!   (Read More)

BlinkScan Does Nature:

December 16th - via: kickstarter.com
See this intricate fern leaf in high-resolution with all the background removed, then placed in a variety of backgrounds:  (Read More)

Hurry, only 8 days left!

December 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Hurry! There's only 8 Days Left to order one of the coolest new technologies to instantly transport physical documents, photos, objects, and almost anything else into the digital world!  (Read More)

What did Discovery's Daily Planet Call the BlinkScan?

December 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Check it out: the Discovery Channel’s @dailyplanetshow called #BlinkScan “one sexy scanner”! http://watch.discoverychannel.ca/#clip1051088   (Read More)

All of the Sketch and None of the Sketch Paper!

December 8th - via: kickstarter.com
We took ‪@blinkscan‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ to an college of Art & Design, then one of the students let us scan his sketch. Look what we found out: ‪http://ow.ly/rhSf8 ‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ Artist's Sketch... (Read More)

Ten cool inventions unveiled at Engadget's Expand event

November 12th - via: boingboing.net
Machines that bend strong steel wire have been an important part of industrial manufacturing for decades. But on Saturday, I saw a $3,000 wire-bending machine the size of a laser printer, and my brain bubbled with excitement over the possibilities for hobbyists and small businesses. The machine, called the DIWire, can take a curve that's been drawn in Adobe Illustrator and "print" it on a length of stiff wire. You could make some awesome Eames-style furniture with one of these machines. NASA is already interested in using it to make antennae. It opens new frontiers for artists and designers, too. (Read More)

BlinkScan is a flexible, fast and high-fidelity scanning solution

November 8th - via: engadget.com
Your scanner is stupid. You might not know that, but it is. Thankfully, Expand NY Insert Coin semi-finalist BlinkScan is here to give you what you never knew you needed. (Read More)

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