10 Most Funded Kickstarter Robots Ever

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2. Galileo Robotic iPhone Dock

This project was successfully funded on April 21, 2012, easily surpassing the $100,000 goal by raising $702,427. Galileo is an iOS-controlled robotic iPhone platform with infinite spherical rotation capability. Just swipe your finger on the screen of your iPad or other iOS device and Galileo reacts, orienting your iPhone or iPod Touch accordingly. With applications in areas of photography, cinematography, social networking, and video conferencing, Galileo gives iOS devices endless possibilities of remote-controlled motion. It's capable of infinite 360° pan-and-tilt at speeds up to 200° per second in any orientation. It also features a software developers kit for app development.

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