4 Epic Kickstarter and Indiegogo Projects You Need to See

Did you know there’s currently a Kickstarter project for a 3D Printer for your iPhone that’s $100? Technology is moving fast! And an item like that was thought to be too expensive for home use less than a year ago. With sites like Indiegogo and Kickstarter, however, tech made for consumers have a chance to breach the market quicker, which gets leading edge awesomeness into the hands of campaign supporters. Here’s five epic Indiegogo and Kickstarter projects happening now.

NERVANA: Changing the Way You Feel Music

Nervana actually affects your brain by stimulating the vagas nerve to promote the release of feel good chemicals. The signal will change depending on the tone of the music you’re listening to, and the feeling has been described as euphoric. Nervana quite literally changes the way our brains react to music. Check out the promo video to learn more.

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OLO - The First Ever Smartphone 3D Printer

This 3D Print will retail for just $99, and the company has raised over a million dollars to fund the project. The OLO printer uses your smartphone and an app to create and send 3D printed designs. Not only is it low cost but its size makes it portable too. Mainly, it marks a significant shift in the availability of 3D Printers to the average consumer.

 

Fontus - The Self Filling Water Bottles

This bottle fills itself up with water. With the help of sunlight, this water bottle condenses the moisture in the air to fill up the bottle with water. What seems like magic is truly amazing science, and the ripple effects of this kind-of technology could help bring the entire world access to clean water. How quickly the bottle fills depends on the temperature and humidity in the air; however, the implications of this technology expand far beyond a single water bottle.

 

Spün - Calorie-Counting, Nutrition Tracking Utensils

This spoon and fork makes counting calories easy and accurate. Using the Spun app, you take a picture of your food, circle the portions, and get the Spun utensils ready. Then as you’re eating, the utensil tracks your calories, the weight of the food, nutrition, and portions as you do. It will also alert you if you eat too quickly. Tracking your calories is one thing; having a device to do the work for you is even better.

 

 

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