Let's take a look at the Galileo, an attention-getting and useful product from the guys at Motrr.
Motrr is a Santa Cruz based company who got their start in one of Kickstarter's most successful design projects at the time. They posted a $100,000 goal and were funded over $700,000
in 2012. Their Kickstarter page says founders Josh Guyot and JoeBen Bevirt are fanatics for good design, robots, and photography. Makes sense when you start playing with the Galileo!
In the Box
The packaging for Galileo is great, with strong paper boxing in white, and a photo of various angles of the Galileo on each surface. Inside the box you'll find the Galileo itself, it's USB charging cable, and 2 adapter inserts (for various iPhone sizes).
There's even a "Designed in California" mantra with an additional "Ethically manufactured in China" bit of text - this box will fit right in at your local Apple store.
At it's core, the Galileo is a Bluetooth robotic motion control device for the iPhone. A smooth rubberized white or black exterior allows for moving your iPhone 90 degrees from vertical to landscape, and rotate a full 360 degrees. The motion to rotate the iPhone took a few times to get used to, but then seemed natural.
A micro-USB port is at the back to