The Hipstamatic 100 was a real camera – a plastic one with interchangeable lenses was designed and manufactured 1982-1984 in a little river front cabin in Wisconsin by two brothers, Bruce and Winston Dorbowski. In the summer of 1984 they were killed by a drunk driver… and 1993 the family lost most of the brothers’ photos and work archives in a fire. The story would have ended there, except for Richard Dorbowski. In the summer of 2007 he set up a website memorializing his younger brothers and two years later two young web developers made him an offer for bringing Hipstamatic back as a digital application for Apple’s iPhone. It’s now one of the most Revolutionary apps in the app store.