Prynt Case that turns your phone into a Polaroid hits Kickstarter goal in 33 min
Prynt raises over $50,000 on crowdfunding site
San Francisco – The Prynt Case has today raised over $50,000 within just 33 minutes of its official launch on Kickstarter. Now that funding is secured, production will begin on the case that turns your smartphone into an instant camera by printing photos on the go.
The Prynt Case lets you print images taken from your smartphone gallery or social media with the click of a button. In addition it features an augmented reality function that turns your images into video clips when they are scanned by your phone’s camera. Your photographs become the cover of a digital story, and are played when scanned by your phone. Nothing like this has been seen on Kickstarter before, and the Prynt team are excited to be launching the technology on the platform. Prynt requires no extra batteries as it uses USB charging, and requires no ink.
“We are delighted with the overwhelming response from the Kickstarter community, and would like to thank our 492 backers so far. Kickstarter is the perfect place to launch Prynt, as it hosts a community of people that value innovation, productivity and fun. We look forward to this community seeing Prynt in action, and printing and creating their digital stories that perfectly capture life’s precious moments„ CEO Clément Perrot
Prynt is available in colors pink, white and blue, and is compatible with the iPhone 5, 5S, 5C, 6 and Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5. The Prynt Case is still available to back at $99 with shipping scheduled Summer 2015.
Prynt reimagines how we share digital content in the physical world with the first-ever photo-printing device for your smartphone. Prynt photos have short video clips embedded inside so you can share your memories in a way that’s tangible and magical.
In 2015, Prynt launched the Prynt Caseon crowdfunding website Kickstarter raising over $1.5 million. With this success, Prynt released its second generation version the Prynt Pocketin May 2017, a smaller and portable instant camera that fits into the palm of your hand.
Due to the high volume of requests from fans and users, Prynt announced Prynt Pocket for Androidon Kickstarter in October 2017, which will be released later this year.
Prynt’s mission is to inspire creativity and communication. Prynt is owned by QuickerPics LLC and Skyview Capital.