Just a quick update after Brad and Danny's great weekend at the Bay Area Maker Faire. An awesome event as usual, we had a great chance to connect with fellow makers, hooked up with some fellow kickstarter projects, and spent some time chillin with Mike Rowe, host of Discover Channel's show Dirty Jobs. Here are couple of pictures from the event:
The Oona booth.
We ran out of business cards, hoping that's a good sign.
Mike Rowe checking out The Oona.
You'll notice they are filming... We'll keep you posted...
Mike Rowe also checked out Danny's homemade Segway.
...and took it for a spin.
After a great weekend, celebrating with the geniuses behind the c-loop.
As for our progress on Kickstarter, we just hit 850% of our goal with 2,500 supporters are currently in the top 15 of most successful Kickstarter projects of all time, and we've still got 10 days left!
Thank you everyone for your support and your ideas (love the Twoona). We've started working on a few new projects based on your feedback and will keep you posted as soon as we have anything substantial.
Brad, Danny and Sam
PS - For anyone who uses their iPhone 4 as a camera. Here's a great kickstarter project we've discovered: A quick change camera lens system that snaps on to your phone to act as a fisheye, wide-angle and macro lense. Very small, very simple and fits in your pocket (sounds familiar).
Also, a big congratulations to our friends at Juices, finishing with over $21,000 in funding. Last few hours to get your sustainable Juices on kickstarter.