Phoenix’s Community & Economic Development Department is excited that the Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation (CEI) is continuing to produce results with the latest announcement that Bridge Optix, formerly Smart Phocus, has created its new Case and Lens System (CLS). The system combines the need of a bulk free and protective case for daily use with camera enhancing features such as lenses, their patented Selfie Clip and the ability to attach pro accessories when desired. The company is seeking $50,000 through their KickStarter campaign that launched on March 17, 2015.
“Having the Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation located in City Council District 8 makes the district the gateway for innovation,” said Councilwoman Kate Gallego. “With the launch of its iPhone Case and Lens System (CLS), BridgeOptix is the latest startup success story to come out of CEI!”
The company has already received accolades for its inventive approach to smart device photography and videography by the world’s most respected smartphone photographers and filmmakers. “I’ve been working with Bridge Optix since 2011,” said Conrad Mess, award-winning iPhone filmmaker. “Thanks to their gear I have won film festivals around the world. Their products have allowed me to compete and win against films shot with traditional cameras.”
Span Optix’s great and simple to learn camera framework ensures the iPhone through the everyday routine just as during more bold accomplishments. Outfitted with removable focal points, the CLS enables everybody from amateurs to specialists to take better pictures. Span Optix focal points are planned explicitly for savvy gadgets to work in amicability with the plant optics. Accessible focal point types incorporate Fisheye, Macro, Portrait and Wide Angle. Every focal point works with any application, as Instagram, Snapchat and the maker included camera application. For extreme creation capacity stands, lights, amplifiers and other non-exclusive camera stuff can be mounted to the CLS by utilizing a straightforward snap on Bridge Optix adornment.
“We’ve contributed a great deal of time and assets into overhauling our items, and we are excited with regards to the outcomes we’ve accomplished for picture takers and movie producers from varying backgrounds,” said Bridge Optix CEO, Phil Felice. “Six years of statistical surveying went into fostering the CLS’ highlights and we can hardly wait to perceive how far we can take our organization mission through reserves raised on Kickstarter.”