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“The Red Pop ‘adds a big, red, juicy camera button to your phone’
Here we have today’s second Kickstarter project. It seems that this community-driven incubator service comes out with more clever new inventions than many companies with big R&D budgets. If I was a manufacturer I’d probably hire somebody just to crawl the site for new ideas.
Anyhow, onto the Red Pop, an accessory button for the iPhone. It slides onto the bottom of the phone, puts its electronic tendrils into the dock connector and adds both a finger-grip and a big red shutter-release button. This makes the iPhone feel a lot more like a real camera. A real camera with a big, retina-resolution viewfinder.
The Red Pop works in conjunction with its own app, which does little more than snap pictures and send them straight to the iPhone’s camera roll. The company behind the Red Pop, Beep Industries (who also made the MoviePeg) is working with other developers to bring compatibility to their apps.
If it achieves its funding goal, the Red Pop should be out in September, ready for the iPhone 5 (or 4S, or whatever it will be). To get one, you’ll need to pitch $75 or more. Hopefully the actual price will be a little lower.”