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As Skully Collapses, Lawsuit Heats Up as Founders are Sued with Allegations of Fraud

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Last month it was reported that Skully, a company launched to create a super cool augmented reality motorcycle helmut, had jettisoned its founders as investors had enough of the lack of progress and mismanagement. Yesterday, TechCrunch reported that Skully is no more. While the very… Read More

Skully Investors Dismiss Founders After Multiple Delays of Indiegogo Project AR-1 Helmets

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Earlier this week, an inside source revealed to TechCrunch that the investors of Skully have removed founders, Marcus and Mitch Weller, from the company. This was announced after the multiple delays of their Indiegogo-funded project, AR-1 helmet. As previously reported, AR-1 is considered the world’s first augmented… Read More

Smart Helmet Startup Skully Captures $11 Million During Series A Funding

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Just a month after announcing their startup has received $1.5 million in seed capital, creators of Indiegogo alum Skully have revealed the California company has raised $11 million during Series A funding. According to TechCrunch, Walden Riverwood Ventures and Intel Capital led the round, along with participation from Formation 8, Techstars, and Western… Read More

Indiegogo-Success SKULLY Announces Exclusive Holiday Availability of AR-1 Helmet

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SKULLY, makers of the world’s first augmented reality motorcycle helmet, today announced that the AR-1 helmet will be made available for pre-order as an exclusive holiday offering. This is the public’s first opportunity to order the AR-1, the first head-up display (HUD) helmet for motorcyclists,… Read More

SKULLY AR-1 Motocycle Helmet’s Indiegogo Crowdfunding Campaign Dubbed a Global Success

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Creators of the SKULLY AR-1 smart motorcycle helmet are celebrating the end of its record-breaking Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for the AR-1, the world’s first augmented reality motorcycle helmet. Over the two-month project, 1,950 helmets were sold to motorcycle enthusiasts from 47 countries, grossing SKULLY $2,815,401 in sales, a total that… Read More

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