This project's funding goal was not reached on July 21, 2012.
About this project
Hi, Kickstarter! My name is Reiner Goertzen from Portland, Oregon. In my quest to personalize my iPhone, I wanted to develop a product that was durable and did not require images to be placed on adhesive, therefore allowing for multiple images to be interchanged at any time. Thus, AnoPix was born!
AnoPix is a new hot product made out of aluminum that allows you to personalize your iPhone 4 and 4S without adhesive. Your full color digitial image is permanently anodized into the coating of the aluminum back. This aluminum image is then held in place with a rubber bumper, which also protects your phone...ALL MADE IN THE USA.
AnoPix is a patented process I developed 6 years ago. It allows your image to be encased into the aluminum during the anodozing process. AnoPix will protect the image when the surface is scratched because the image is embedded in the aluminum.
In addition to the traditional way of submitting images (website or email), our desire is to create a FREE AnoPix app. This would be offered in Apple and Android markets. The pledges we receive will help us accomplish this goal!
Along with using your own personal images, we have put together several "packages". These packages include licensed camoflauge patterns, including RealTree, Mossy Oak and Mathews LOST as well as one image for Rigid Industries. In the future, we hope to purchase licensing rights to print your favorite sporting teams, including NFL, NBA, MLB, Nascar, etc. and any other licensed image you may want to have on your phone.
The Rigid Industries package includes the following image:
Our camo patterns are as follows:
RealTree in AP, MAX-4 and Advantage Timber
Mossy Oak in Treestand, Infinity and Duckblind
Mathews Camoflauge in LOST and LOST AT
As you can see from all the images shown, there is no limit to the number of custom iPhone backs you can order for your iPhone 4/4S. And soon to follow, many other phone styles and brands.
THANK YOU for your support!
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