Domono is ushering in the next evolution of phone cases with its innovative Smart Case. Part POV action camera, part smartphone case, Domono’s unique camera case can deliver high-definition camera footage that can stream to your phone in real-time. Whether you’re looking for the perfect camera shot, filming a killer dance for Tik Tok, or live streaming an event, Domono’s Smart Case is here to deliver a new point of view. Domono is in the pre-revenue prototype stages of development.
Key Deal Facts
In the era of content creation, Domono has the potential to offer creators the quality, durability, and utility of POV cameras with the portability, ease, and convenience of smart phone cases.
The mobile phone protective cases market size was valued at $21.61 Billion in 2020 and is projected to reach $35.81 Billion by 2028;* the global action camera market size was valued at $2.7 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach over $ 4.73 billion by 2030.*
Domono can be tailor-made to address the photographic needs of the 4.26 billion global social media users by offering an all-in-one phone case and POV camera.
Management Team / Advisory Board Bios
, Marcus BakerChief Financial Officer, Secretary, and Board MemberMarcus is an entrepreneur, who started his first company at age 25. Over the last 20 years, he has headed several multi-million dollar startups. His engineering background and strong business acumen lends valuable insight into company direction and funding strategy.
Johnson SainvilCEO, President, and Board MemberJohnson has a wealth of knowledge of cameras and security as he has been Chief of facility security at multiple large IT firms. His passion led him to the initial idea of a personal security camera but with input from other cofounders and friends determined this could be much more., Wil BaptisteCOO, Vice President, and Board MemberWil Baptiste and group member Kev Sylvester met as high school students in a Fort Lauderdale performing arts program and formed the group after attending separate universities. Quickly gaining a reputation for their dynamic performance style, the duo received national exposure after an appearance with Alicia Keys at the 2004 Billboard Awards and winning the talent show Showtime at the Apollo in 2005. Amid mixtape releases, they issued their eponymous debut album in 2008 and Classically Trained in 2012. In the meantime, the duo earned support spots on tours for, among others, Wu-Tang Clan, Ciara, Aerosmith, and Kanye West. In 2014, they signed with Universal Music Classics, which released their third long-player, Stereotypes, in 2015. It not only debuted at number one on Billboard's Classical Crossover Albums chart but reached number four on the Top R&B Albums chart. They were just Grammy nominated for â€œTake the Stairsâ€. After parting ways with Universal, Black Violin issued Take the Stairs back on their own Di Versatile Music Group label in 2019. A collaboration with producer Phil Beaudreau, it went to the top of the classical and classical crossover album charts on its way to becoming a Top 25 independent album. 2020 brought the group's first holiday-themed release in the full-length Give Thanks album.