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Trippy Clip Gives Smartphone Photos a Soft, Prism Effect

February 27th - via: digitaltrends.com
The Trippy Clip is a clip-on lens that attaches onto almost any smartphone, tablet, or laptop. What it gives your photos is a unique prism effect. (Read More)

Toejam and Earl: Back in the Groove looks to Kickstarter for funding

February 26th - via: videogamer.com
Humanature Studios, headed by the franchise's co-creator, needs $400,000. (Read More)

Pebble Time smartwatch sequel breaking Kickstarter records

February 26th - via: tech.blog.austin360.com
With Apple’s first foray into smartwatches still on the horizon, a competitor is generating big buzz online for a similar product. The Pebble Time, a smartwatch from the makers of the e-ink Pebble watch, was introduced last week in a Kickstarter campaign. Within a day, the campaign raised more than $9 million with weeks to go. (As of this writing, it’s at $10.3 million.) The record for a Kickstarter campaign is $13.2 million and the Pebble Time at the time of this writing looked set to easily surpass it. (Read More)

Kickstarter Lesson #139: Mitigating Kickstarter’s Frailty

February 25th - via: stonemaiergames.com
Something interesting happened this morning. I launched our Between Two Cities Kickstarter campaign without a hitch at 9:30 am. We got a nice onrush of previous and new Stonemaier backers, and the project reached its $20,000 funding goal in 38 minutes. The next 42 minutes went well too, with the funding level eclipsing $30,000. Then Kickstarter crashed. (Read More)
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Kickstarter Alert: 'Orion Trail' From Schell Games

February 25th - via: geekdad.com
Orion Trail owes more than just its name to The Oregon Trail; surviving your journey through a harsh and unforgiving environment is the central theme. But unlike its namesake, Orion Trail takes glee in tormenting you and providing laughs along the way. (Read More)
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Andrea Lewis's Kickstarter For Jungle Wild Productions

February 25th - via: madamenoire.com
Degrassi alum Andrea Lewis launches a Kickstarter for her production company, Jungle Wild Productions. She plans to create more content for minorities. (Read More)

Toejam & Earl co-creator turns to Kickstarter to bring series back

February 25th - via: arstechnica.com
Wants "two years" of development, speaks out about fans' Molyneux-related worries. (Read More)

3D Printed Robot that Tutors, DJs & Protects Home Launches on Kickstarter for $499

February 25th - via: 3dprint.com
He sees. He listens. He understands. With a Kickstarter campaign hoping to raise $10K, and halfway through its launch, the XLR-ONE Personal Robot Companion is gaining ground toward fruition steadily — with good reason. (Read More)

Bike Boom - Carlton Reid launches Kickstarter campaign for latest book

February 25th - via: road.cc
Sequel to critically acclaimed bestseller Roads Were Not Built For Cars in the pipeline (Read More)
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Inventor takes highway-speed bike to Kickstarter

February 25th - via: bizjournals.com
MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL, MN - Rich Kronfeld is trying to raise $75,000 for his Raht Racer, a pedal-powered vehicle that can hit 70 mph. (Read More)

Crowfall Kickstarter Launched

February 25th - via: themittani.com
Crowfall, a new PC MMO that is being described as a mix of Game of Thrones and EVE Online, has just started its Kickstarter. ArtCraft Entertainment, a new studio founded by industry veterans J Todd Coleman and Gordon Walton, has decided to utilize the Kickstarter model rather than the standard developer-publisher model. They’re seeking $800,000 USD, and hope to launch the game by the end of 2016, with alpha testing starting later this summer. (Read More)
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NiK Kacy, Luxury Gender-Neutral Footwear Brand, Engaged In Kickstarter Campaign

February 25th - via: huffingtonpost.com
As mainstream understandings of bodies and identity evolve and change, it's only fitting that industries, such as fashion, evolve too. (Read More)

Kickstarter is down – it’s not just you

February 25th - via: slashgear.com
This morning Kickstarter was kicked in the pants by an unknown error resulting in a downtime of more than three (correction: two) hours. Check sites like "isitdownrightnow" have pinged the site with their servers and have reported real down time. This sort of situation suggests that the webpage is down due to a network problem or outage. This is not a scheduled maintenance time for Kickstarter, that's for certain. According to Kickstarter support, their developers "are still hard at work investigating the issue." (Read More)

Kickstarter campaign for Pebble Time tops $9M

February 25th - via: usatoday.com
In a little more than 24 hours, a Kickstarter campaign for startup Pebble's latest smartwatch -- which will boast a color screen and built-in microphone -- topped $9 million. (Read More)

Cadence Launches on Kickstarter to Beautiful Music

February 24th - via: cliqist.com
Cadence, a musical puzzle game with trippy graphics has launched on Kickstarter (Read More)
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Adorably Grim Albert & Otto Hits Kickstarter

February 24th - via: cliqist.com
Albert & Otto is a dark, but somehow adorable, puzzle platformer that's crowdfunding on Kickstarter. (Read More)
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Crowfall Kickstarter campaign launched

February 24th - via: pixeldynamo.com
Kicking off the Crowfall hype train (Read More)
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Exploding Kittens And The Most Successful Kickstarter Projects Of All Time, Including Potato Salad

February 24th - via: ibtimes.com
More than 200,000 backers have pledged their support to "Exploding Kittens" on Kickstarter. (Read More)
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The 3 Most Awesomely Absurd Campaigns on Kickstarter Right Now

February 24th - via: entrepreneur.com
The power of the crowd is real. And so is people's ability to create the wackiest things possible. (Read More)

Lincoln-based videogame developer launches Kickstarter campaign

February 24th - via: dailynebraskan.com
LINCOLN, NE - Building a video game requires three stages of production. (Read More)
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Sleep monitor Sense goes on sale today after hit Kickstarter campaign

February 24th - via: theverge.com
The sleep-tracking device Sense was a hit when it launched on Kickstarter last year, blowing past its $100,000 goal to reach over $2.4 million in total backing. Sense was originally supposed to be delivered to backers in November — while it missed that goal, the company behind it is today announcing that units are starting to ship out. Sales for Sense are also opening up to the public, at $129 each, and new orders are expected to ship this month. (Read More)
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Pebble Watch Goes Color on Kickstarter

February 24th - via: bits.blogs.nytimes.com
When Apple unveiled the Apple Watch last year, the company chose to do so in the same space it showed off the Macintosh computer 30 years earlier. (Read More)




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