GENKI: ShadowCast Kickstarter ends with nearly $2 million raised

Last December we informed you about the arrival on Kickstarter of a device called GENKI: ShadowCast. Its function is quite simple but really useful, and thanks to this small device we will be able to connect a Nintendo Switch in its dock with, for example, a laptop, so that we will be able to see the video game on the laptop screen.

This was the message, shared by Human Things, the people responsible for it:

The beauty of being able to connect your games console to your computer means you can record, edit and stream your gameplay. While it may not be on the same level as a professional-grade capture card that costs 5-10 times as much, it is more than capable for most game capture needs, while being much more flexible and easier to use across multiple platforms.

It should be noted that the goal of those responsible was to reach $30,000, but in December they managed to raise more than 170,000 euros on Kickstarter. Well, we have received interesting news in this regard and this project has finally managed to raise almost 2 million dollars, specifically $1,931,677, thanks to 30,382 backers. Undoubtedly a success that ensures its planned launch in March 2021.