We feature a lot of crowdfunding projects on TechNutty (like a lot), however, we have never rounded them up before, well until today.
Today we are going to be doing just that, rounding up what we consider to be the coolest projects that were listed on the Kickstarter crowdfunding site during the last month (June).
We are doing this because we would like to promote some of the best projects a little more, feeds are constantly updating and we can definitely see you missing a few of these, we hope that these round-ups will change that in the future.
Check out what we consider to be the best Kickstarter crowdfunding projects for the month of June below:
The Momo home personal assistant
So far smart home assistants have been pretty boring, however, one particular home personal assistant aims to change that. Called Momo, it looks a little like a light but serves as a home assistant and a security system, all in one.
Arsenal looks to be a fantastic little gadget for anyone who has a DSLR or mirrorless camera, it not only allows you to control your camera remotely but it also uses AI to help you take the best photos possible.
Roger was only launched recently, but we have to put it here. If you still use your favourite set of wired headphones then this is the gadget for you, allowing you to turn them wired headphones into new Bluetooth wireless headphones.
Sticky Sounds is a project that came back in June. As the name suggests, it is a Bluetooth speaker that can be stuck to pretty much anything.
The Omni Case
The Omni Case claims to be the world’s thinnest iPhone case and so it definitely deserves a spot in this article. It features a pretty sleek design and it’s definitely something that we and many others have been waiting for.
The Splash Drone 3
SwellPro brought their latest Splash Drone to Kickstarter last month, called the Splash Drone 3, it brings a new kind of product to the drone market thanks to its waterproof design, it can capture shots that you just won’t get with other drones.
And that’s all for this month, of course, we did feature many more Kickstarter projects on this site over the course of June (you can find them here), however, putting them here would make for a very long article.
If you have your own Kickstarter project coming up, be sure to send us a message on our Tip Us form, it might be featured here next month.
Also, let us know if you’d like an Indiegogo section on this, we don’t post projects from Indiegogo as much, but if you would like a few in here next time, be sure to let us know.