Poppy, the oddly-shaped 3D photo and video viewing device that uses an iPhone to create what is best described as a next-generation View-Master, is scorching past its Kickstarter funding goal and its creators are ready to introduce color options with a new stretch goal.
After topping its $40,000 funding goal in nine hours, Poppy has raised more than 300 percent of that goal. Total funding as of Thursday morning was at $122,714 from 1,880 backers, and now Seattle entrepreneurs Joe Heitzeberg and Ethan Lowry want to offer their product in white if the Kickstarter reaches $150,000.
You can learn more about Poppy from our previous story on it, or watch this Kickstarter video describing Poppy:
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- key specs
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- Operating systemiOS (7)
- Screen size4 inches
- Internal memory16 GB
- Carriers (US)AT&T
- Dimensions4.9 x 2.33 x 0.35 in
- Weight4.65 oz