Start-up Riftlabs Preps 'KICK', a Revolutionary Video/Photo Light

By , posted 20 July 2012

The Kick is a video & photo light like nothing you have ever seen. Some say it is revolutionary. thinks it might be "the future of lighting"!

The KICK boasts amazing light effects and creative features: adjustable color temperature, colored light (any color!), animated light, built-in light effects and streaming of light from existing videos for use in your own video production: You can sample light effects pretty much like you sample music!

KICK is also light weight, affordable, it doesnt generate a lot of heat and it easily fits in your pocket!

KICK is an iPhone accessory (it comes with a free KICK App, with which you can remote control one or more KICK units), but is also an independent light source that helps users take much better pics and make great videos - with smart phones, or with any other camera device.

Learn more and watch the video on Kickstarter:

Reader Comments

More Posts

The Hollywood Reporter Introduces You to 25 Industry Players Who Can Get Indie Films Made

Independent film has always faced a difficult challenge when it comes to financing, arguably more so these days. However, there are still plenty of people keeping the faith and the Hollywood Reporter has compiled a list of players who have a strong track record of delivering when it comes to indie film.

6-May-2018  • 

4 Filmmaking 'Rabbit Holes' To Avoid

Brian O'Malley from Screenplay Readers takes a look at four areas in the filmmaking process which can end up derailing an otherwise great project.

7-Mar-2018  •  Brian O'Malley

RED Announces the New Monstro 8K VV Full-Frame Sensor for WEAPON Cameras

RED has had an 8K sensor available for sometime in the form of the RED Dragon VV, but the announcement of the Monstro represents a significant step forward in both quality and simplification of the workflow.

10-Oct-2017  •  Benjamin Craig

Blocker App Brings Augmented Reality Shot-Planning to Your iPhone

With iOS 11 hot of the production line, mixed reality agency AfterNow has wasted no time leveraging Apple's ARKit to deliver a free augmented reality tool to help directors compose their scenes.

27-Sep-2017  •  Benjamin Craig

12 Angry Men- A Lesson in Staging

Using Sidney Lumet's '12 Angry Men', Andrew Saladino from The Royal Ocean Film Society looks at how blocking and staging can add emotion and density to scenes which may otherwise end up rather dull.

11-Sep-2017  •  Benjamin Craig