15 Apr '11, 11pm

Stands for Change Design: The Hinge for iPad: Prototypes for foldable iPad holder by Stands for Change. Photo co...

The clever and stylish device is called Hinge for iPad and William Tang, the designer, showed me the Kickstarter page where it's currently being offered as part of a crowd-sourced fundraising campaign while awaiting production. Potential buyers can help launch his invention, which all began as an Art Center school project. Pledge as little as $1 to support "elegant responsible design," $25 or more gets you one or more versions of the Hinge, and the top level provides a limited Wineskin edition, handcrafted from reclaimed wine oak.

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