Designed to be the last beer pong table you will ever need. Perfect for parties, bars, or any social event where there will be people and beer. Add some music and it becomes its very own light show. Sporting a full steel frame, with removable legs and a folding center, the Infinity Glow is a robust portable party table that will be the center of attention.
Infinity Glow Features
Illusions to keep your guests entertained all night. We use special mirrors that reflect the light to create a trippy illusion of looking into endless space... or being sucked into a wormhole... analogies may vary. For best results, please gaze on the table in person.
Infrared Music Controller
Start a dance floor around a beer pong table? Why not. Tables come with a pair of infrared remote controls that sets the color and mode for the lights. The controller has a party-licious mode that flashes the lights to the beat of the surroundings, an opening event favorite.
Metal Construction - Regulation Sized
Use it for tournaments and other organized events. Don't you hate it when your sumo wrestler friend goes a little overboard on the sake and ends up flattening your brand new beer pong table? Happens to us all the time, we don't invite that guy anymore. We also designed our tables with a non-rust steel frame that will survive the craziest parties. The tables are tournament regulation dimensions with a length of 8 ft and 2 ft wide.
Detachable Legs and Folding Center with Magnetic Locking
Need to host elsewhere? Take it with you cause it fits in the trunk. Six super sturdy screw on (off?) legs that detach and clip under the table for storage. Table folds in the center to compact down to 48 x 24 x 4 inches. Magnets on each end connect to keep table closed during transport. Science!
Great for Bars, Clubs, Parties, Frat Houses, Man Caves, Tailgating, you name it.
Rewards: Tables, T-shirts and Balls
We realize that not everyone can back for a full table and we didn't want to just slap our logo onto a shirt and give those out. Rewards for supporting us should be better then that. Something we would wear. So we created 7 different t-shirt designs that should be worthy of their own project. They are all themed to fit with our style and culture. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do :P
Origin and Development
Whats the story behind your product, why did you make it?
I was helping to throw a birthday party for a friend and the only place we had was her apartment parking lot. Most of the time we were in the dark. I was already planning to build a table at this point but I looked up a few ideas for tables with LED lights (there were plenty of examples) and I knew I could do just the same. It worked out pretty well, it was a hit at the event and I eventually sold the first model on eBay. That's when I realized that other people might want this as well.
From there on I kept experimenting and incorporated the Infinity Mirror idea into the design. We sold a quite a few prototypes but since they were hand made the final product was imprecise and had difficulty surviving the stress of shipping. Thus we needed to invest into something much more solid and so we developed a metal frame that would meet our needs as well as higher quality materials.
We also explored the idea of music controls and had good responses to the idea thus it will be built into the final version. Right now the metal frame and final build are in the prototype/testing phase. We have the sources picked out, the frame designed, so now we are figuring out how to best put it all together efficiently.
We plan to have final deliverable around July. The biggest time factor would be prototype phase. There may be revisions to the build that need to be smoothed out before full manufacturing can begin.
Credits and thanks:
Special thanks to Delanie Fisher for being my co-host. Matthew Zikry and Chris Darby for the T-shirt design artwork. David Baer for being our camera guy and sound editor. Huge thanks to Robin Skouteris for letting us use his 2013 Pop Love 2 Mashup sound track. Also to all my friends and family for supporting and promoting this project. Couldn't do it without you.
Risks and challenges
Our biggest challenge is the upfront cost of setting up an assembly line. We have spent the past 18 months developing our concept and finalizing the production version. In order to bring our idea to market we would need to pay for construction of steel frames, buy the various components in bulk, and then invest in an assembly line. All the plans are in place, but we need your support to produce the first manufactured Infinity Glow. The production version will be superior to anything we could prototype, so although it will look the same, it will be of unsurpassed quality.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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