Its been an interesting month for the EpicSesh team since we've launched on Kickstarter. We've had some great conversations with folks who love the project who want to get involved, entertained some amazing business opportunities and continued to push the XensrCase towards production and also start working in ernest on the next product in the line-up. We've continued to develop and test our TruMotion technologies in new sports and have demonstrated that our hardware and software can provide 3D sports motion tracking unlike anything else on the planet.
Kickstarter rocks. Make no mistake about it. But its not right for us.
We're going to shut down the XensrCase Kickstarter project, and open up orders on Xensr.com next week as we're beginning our first production cycle ahead of schedule - all this even with the project not getting funded. (see previous updates). The folks who have pledged their support on the Kickstarter project can keep their orders and their place in line, and we're gonna throw in some freebies as a token of our appreciation.
We didn't hit our $100k goal - and some might call that a failure. But our experience has been anything but a failure. There's so much we can't talk about, but we can say that you'll be seeing Xensr products in the marketplace soon and they'll be doing some amazing things in the hands of the athletes as they explore the boundaries of their sport.
Athletes looking for sponsorship, you'll find a place to sign up for Xensr sponsorship on Xensr.com next week.
Event organizers who want to bring jump heights or 3D metrics tracking to their event, you are encouraged to reach out to us on Xensr.com or our Facebook page.
Retailers looking to carry Xensr products? Sign up on Xensr.com next week and also see us at Winter Outdoor Retailer in Salt Lake City and CES in Las Vegas in January 2013.
And of course, app developers who want to bring more than GPS tracking to their customer base and also take advantage of a new revenue stream, hit us up on Xensr.com and lets get you hooked up with our SDK kit.
Thanks to everyone for their support and remember, The Future is in Motion.
David and the EpicSesh team.