Fuse Chicken is pleased to present a new concept for iPhone Air.
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With all of the hype surrounding a possible iWatch, we've decided to put together a concept for what we envision could be one possiblility.
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This video shows how to attach and use the iPhone 5 attachment for Une Bobine.
We received our first photo from a Kickstarter backer of Une Bobine "In the Wild", so we wanted to share! The caption of the photo is "I think it might be love..." Look closely at the other desk accessory.
For all of you Kickstarter project creators, here is another Kickstarter tip. Be prepared for failed credit card payments. While it is too early to tell where it will end, here are some statistics on the 4th day after funding:
Credit card failures: 315 - 7% of total backers
Dollar amount of failures: $6323 - 3% of total funding
While this doesn't have a huge effect on Une Bobine because we were well past the funding goal, if your project barely meets the goal, it is something you may need to plan for. Below are my suggestions:
Thanks to all of our backers and supporters on Kickstarter, Une Bobine raised $212,265 in 40 days!
Here are some statistics:
...all from a little stick figure named Bob.
From 40 days down to the last 40 hours.
We have been overwhelmed by the support we have received from our backers over this time. We now have less than 2 days to go.... Une Bobine ends on Kickstarter on Friday, June 15 at 10:10PM EST.
A quick update for you today:
We have now received all 8 mold drawings from the factory and are making some minor changes to ensure the 15 different plastic components these will be making are accurate for our design.
Random Statistic of the Day:
Our Kickstarter project video passed 30,000 plays this morning
If you haven't seen already, our Kickstarter project video is a bit different than most. About 600 frames of hand-drawn stick figures comprises the bulk of our video. We had so much fun with it, that several reward levels include prints from the video.
In preparation for the rewards, we have posted all the frames from the main video, additional frames from the trailers, the original concept frames, and a few frames that were never used of Bob crashing his car.
View them at Photo Bucket
When we send out the survey from Kickstarter, anyone with a print in their reward level will have a choice of any video frame. The image below shows you the information we'll need to make sure you get the correct print. We will ask you for the frame number as shown by the highlighted text in the image below.
We're in the last week and we've had a lot going on these last few days.
* I had the pleasure of spending a few hours with Scott Webster of AndroidGuys.com yesterday afternoon at our office. He's running a great blog, definitely check them out for your Android news.
* We have had a lot of late nights this week reviewing the mold drawings from our factory along with several late-night phone calls from the other side of the world. Things are progressing smoothly.
* The steel for the molds is ready and waiting. As soon as we finalize the mold drawings, the factory will begin cutting the steel for the molds.
* Since I love iMovie on my iPad, I posted another slightly over-the-top video, just for fun.. Sort of a compilation/countdown.