AlleyOop

Create cameras that you share with friends.

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Duncan BlairMaker@phixx · Director of Marketing at Article
Hi ProductHunters! I am the head of marketing at Invoke Labs, we are a startup accelerator out of Vancouver, BC. AlleyOop was a hack day project, the prototype was put together over 24 hours, and then we spent a few months polishing it in our spare time. The original idea (pitched by one of our awesome interaction designers, Kiks Chua) was to replicate the experience of passing a disposable camera around at a party with friends - you never know quite what you are going to get when you develop the film. As a part time project it is still a little rough around the edges, but we have been playing with it and like it enough to set it free. Would love to hear what you think, and I am more than happy to answer any questions. Thanks!
Kevin Rose@kevinrose · Builder of internet things.
@duncankauffman love the idea, after creating a new camera the "done" button doesn't work... hmm, a bug?
Kristofer™@kristofertm · #7 Product Hunter. E-Skateboard fanatic
Neat idea. Look forward to trying it out PS - Love the "Maybe" across the google play button on your website
Duncan BlairMaker@phixx · Director of Marketing at Article
@kevinrose thanks Kevin, will get the team to take a look. @kristoferTM thanks! I am pretty fond of the taped on maybe too.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Ha! You even make the user wind the camera before taking another picture. Nice touch, @phixx. It's unclear to me what happens to the picture after they're captured. My assumption is that I have to take 22 photos, then "develop" them before they can be viewed. Which is clever. I've riffed on a similar idea of delaying the reward of viewing party pics w/ @thetylerhayes, emailing them to a group of friends the following morning.