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ATOMS are a system of plug-n-play sensors, motors and logic blocks for kids and adults to make things that do amazing things.
1,362 backers pledged $183,232 to help bring this project to life.

Help ATOMS Get to $150K to Unlock New ATOMS

Posted by Seamless Toy Company, Inc. (Creator)

Dear Backers and Kickstarters!

Hope everyone has been enjoying the holidays - Christmas, Hanukkah, or whatever you and your family celebrate!

With 6 days left in our Kickstarter campaign, I wanted to share a few quick updates with you:

Last week, we unlocked the $125K Add-An-ATOM Bonus Reward level.

You can now add extra ATOMS to your sets (Monster Set Pledge Level and above). To add-an-ATOM, just increase your pledge for whatever ATOMS you want to add, and send us an email with your add-list at:

  • Add an LED ATOM - $10
  • Add a Light Sensor ATOM - $10
  • Add a Flip Flop ATOM - $10
  • Add a Motor ATOM - $16

We are $6.8K away from unlocking 3 new ATOMS!

When we hit $150K, we'll unlock 3 new ATOMS, determined by votes from our backers. See the choices listed in Update 18, and cast your vote here before we hit $150K!

You can still enter the ATOMS RaffleCopter Contest to win a Deluxe iOS Control Set and a 32GB iPod Touch:

RaffleCopter gives you entries to our contest when you help us get the word out about ATOMS on social media - Tweet about ATOMS (3 entries), follow ATOMS on Twitter (3 entries), Post about ATOMS on Facebook (5 entries), back ATOMS on Kickstarter (10 entries) - all backers should enter with this last one (you just have to click here to enter)!

Happy Holidays!

Michael and the ATOMS Team

ps: On a personal note, my wife and I gave our daughter Kaylee a wooden Noah's Arc toy for Christmas, because she likes playing with the small wooden block-animals my mother got her earlier in the year. I'm excited to use ATOMS to add animal sounds to her Arc that trigger when she opens the big door or shakes the boat. She loves toys that make sounds and light up in reaction to her!  That's one really neat thing about ATOMS - you can use them to soup up your other toys! 

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