Crowdfunding Secrets: 7 Tips For Kickstarter Success. 5 Tips for a Successful Technology Kickstarter Campaign. There are a lot of successful Kickstarter stories out there.
The media loves them and they’re highly shareable – thanks to the age of social media. Crowdfunding platforms have become an extremely popular medium to promote and fund your next business venture, including the hilariously simple ones. Currently everyone is buzzing about the Kickstarter user from Columbus, Ohio, who used the site to try and raise $10 to make potato salad for the first time. He has exceeded his Kickstarter project goal and received over $55,000 in funding. Unfortunately, many great Kickstarters do not have this much success, particularly the technology-focused ones. For those with more tech-focused projects, here’s how to leverage Kickstarter to make your campaign a success: 1) Simplify the Messaging It’s important to relate to your audience and that can be difficult if your project is highly technical.
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The kit provides opportunities for people to build and learn about computer numerical control and to learn how to program a robot. " From our perspective, the WaterColorBot is a laboratory for teaching and learning a huge number of topics and principles within the "STEAM" (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) umbrella. Some of the topics that you may wish to explore (either on your own or in an educational setting) include: PopPet: DIY, Arduino Compatible, Open Hardware, Robot Kit by Jaidyn Edwards. As seen on...
Share this campaign with your friends and family! $10,000 - Each ADVANCED KIT will receive an extra two random Faceplates.$12,000 - Each STANDARD KIT will receive an extra two random Faceplates$13,000 - Each ADVANCED KIT will receive a *Bluetooth Module (BLE) and an accompanying App! $14,000 - Each STANDARD KIT will receive a *Bluetooth Module (BLE) and an accompanying App!
More to come... *The Bluetooth Module is a custom designed breakout board of the HM-10 by my friend [Ladvien] on LetsMakeRobots.com. PopPet is different from many other robotics platforms as she is packed full of personality. PopPet is an ‘Arduino at Heart’ robot which means she can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. The key feature with PopPet is to change her to suit you. Would you like PopPet to look like an animal? (More faceplates are currently in design and will be shown as the campaign progresses) There are many mounting points for various sensors all over PopPet. Guarding your precious items. Printeer - a 3D printer for kids & schools by Mission Street Manufacturing. ...which is why we're bringing the most empowering creation technology to them!
Toys such as Lincoln Logs, Tinker Toys, Legos, and K'nex have been at the center of children's playrooms for generations. But what about now? In a digital age, when technology skills are some of the most important a child can learn, is there a way to bridge the gap between the screen and the physical world? Now there is. 3D printing is tailor-made for today's curious, tech-savvy kids. And that's why we've made Printeer. Unlike other 3D printers, using Printeer doesn't require advanced technical or engineering skills. Printeer design software is different in the following ways: It runs on iPad, a platform most kids are more comfortable with than a PC.
No PC, no complex software, no fancy configuration settings. Just touch the "print" button and watch it go. Printeer is easy to use, fun for people of all ages, and safe for children with adult supervision. Rachel & the TreeSchoolers- Too Educational for TV? by Rachel Coleman/Two Little Hands. Share this project Done Share Tweet Embed Tweet Share Email Rachel & the TreeSchoolers- Too Educational for TV?
MaKey MaKey: An Invention Kit for Everyone by Jay Silver. Robot Turtles: The Board Game for Little Programmers by Dan Shapiro. Share this project Done Share Tweet Embed Robot Turtles: The Board Game for Little Programmers by Dan Shapiro Play Robot Turtles is the the most-backed board game in Kickstarter history.
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