Why not just use a piece of tape to cover the lens?
- Tape loses its stickiness over time
- Tape is easily forgotten, lost, or repurposed, leaving the camera exposed
- Tape doesn’t look very professional
- Tape may leave a sticky residue
We started this project because we volunteer with students who use digital camera enabled devices. The shocking truth is that just about anyone can hack into your computer and turn on the camera without you even knowing it. The only way to guarantee your privacy is to cover the camera when you are not using it. We believe that it is your space, so you should be the one to decide when your camera is being used.
The Nope features a subtle design which matches the beautiful aesthetic of top laptops and desktops. The magnet elegantly revolves around the base magnet like a planet revolving around the sun.
How does it work?
One magnet of Nope is attached to your computer with thin 3M VHB tape. The other magnet is held in place by attractive magnetic pull. There is a thin space between the magnet and the computer, so the magnet does not touch the computer while moving or in place. It partially levitates and only a small part is held by magnetism. The magnetism is strong enough to hold and stay in place and not so strong as to damage or affect any electronics.
Neutron S is from our last Kickstarter. We are offering it here for our backers for well below the $29.99 price on our website. It goes perfectly with Nope and you can expect delivery before the holidays. For more info you can check out the project: http://kck.st/VFvY6l or our website at www.bungajungle.com. Comes with attachment disc and 3M mounting tape. International backers add $15 shipping outside the United States.
Neutron A is from our last Kickstarter. We are offering it here for our backers for well below the $39.99 price on our website. For more info you can check out the project: http://kck.st/VFvY6l or our website at www.bungajungle.com. Comes with attachment disc and 3M mounting tape. International backers add $15 shipping outside the United States.
The Bungajungle products are inspired by travel, open roads, cities, towns, mountains, oceans, and all of nature. The ideas came while living in vans around the continental United States and Hawaii. These designs are a result of that simple life of freedom.
Nope - Patent Pending
Risks and challenges
In creating a camera shield, our first focus was to have something that looks clean and refined. The profile needed to be thin, minimal, and above all else, functional. As a result of confronting these design challenges, our product now exceeds our earlier expectations. Other challenges that emerged in our past Kickstarter campaigns have led us to develop a strong customer service base.
This is our 6th kickstarter and we have a good track record of delivering to backers. We are committed to communication and the satisfaction of our backers is our number one priority.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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