Totality 2017 for The Great American Eclipse launches Kickstarter Campaign
Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, the Project is Aimed at creating unique memorabilia from the Great American Eclipse of 2017!
August 12, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – Totality 2017 is an all new and inspiring project that is now raising funds to document The Great American Eclipse of 2017 that will take place on August 21, 2017. The one of its kind solar eclipse will cover the sun entirely and it will be visible over the United States, coast to coast. The memorabilia will cover all the aspects of this exciting astronomical phenomenon for the people and is going to be a great opportunity for everyone to view this rare event.
The available memorabilia for The Great American Eclipse of 2017 in this project will include the following items:
– Limited Edition Photographic Flip Book
– Photographic Prints (XS, L, XXL, sequenced)
– Stock Video Footage (4K)
– Bird Song Symphony (WAV/MP3)
– Shadow Bands Capture (4K)
“We are travelling to specific coordinates in Kentucky to ensure the greatest coverage of complete totality and to get the best possible material.” Said one of the creators of this project while talking about the event. “With expert skills (photography, video, sound design) and top-end equipment we are confident we will produce quality products, some of which may one day be collector’s items.” He added.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/totality/totality-2017-the-great-american-eclipse and supporters from all over the world can back this project by making pledges that can range from $5 to $2500 or more. Each pledge made to the campaign will offer a great reward for the enthusiastic backers.
Totality 2017 is an all new and inspiring project focused on the upcoming total solar eclipse of 2017 that will be sighted over North America on August 21, 2017. The creators of this project are going to document the entire event and they are welcoming generous support and funding on Kickstarter for this project.