In the Court of the Frozen Queen: Refrosted

Cybertube | A VFD clock for a Cyber World

A project in Vancouver, Canada by Kiko Corporation

Funding Successful

The VFD clock project uses IV-18 Vacuum fluorescent display tubes from the nixie tube era.
Backers: 129
Average Pledge Per Backer: $134 CAD

Funded: $17,277 CAD of $5,000 CAD
Dates: Jun 12th -> Jul 12th (30 days)
Project By: Kiko Corporation
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July 12th - via:
Hi backers  Thank you all very much for supporting my Kickstarter project, the Cybertube.  I am so glad the campaign was a success, and I've got a lot of work ahead of me! The first order of business is going to be collecting all of your... (Read More)


June 14th - via:
You made it happen! Thank you so much for helping us officially bring the Cybertube to life! We are thrilled that Cybertube has made it all the way to 100%. We’ve got backers from all over the world! We’ll keep you posted on the big updates here... (Read More)

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