Kickstarter is often the go-to platform for startups looking to raise money or, as our sister site Technical.ly Philly unpacked over the summer, looking to raise awareness.
Here’s a look at some recent tech-focused projects based out of Delaware.
The pitch: “Polyes is the first 3D printing pen with blue light and real inks. Rapid Light-curing Technology turns your imagination into reality.”
Company: Future Make
Pledge: $104,887 pledged of $50,000 goal
Ending: Feb. 4
The pitch: “Draken [3D printer] is characterized by its 3.9” x 7.1” x 8.7” build area, min 37 micron XY resolution, low noise and up to 1.8+ in/hr print speed.”
Pledge: $53,481 pledged of $100,000 goal
Ending: Feb. 5
The pitch: “In this fun filled bizarre game, you are SkullFist a bounty hunter hired to wipe-out pest on many planets.. for PC, Mac, Linux, Droid.”
Company: Gus Fink
Pledge: $290 pledged of $199 goal
Ending: Feb. 16
The pitch: “Be at home when you are away with 360° vision, natural hearing, free communication and control of your home devices.”
Pledge: $55,043 pledged of $500,000 goal
Ending: March 8
The pitch: “NIMBUS is a small, bright & portable lamp that can be used almost everywhere you can imagine. Powered from USB, Micro USB, AC adapter.”
Company: Nimbus Lab
Pledge: $5,191 pledged of $5,000 goal
Ending: This project was successfully funded on Nov. 17
The pitch: “Web-enable, Integrate and Instantly Extend the Lifespan of Windows Desktop Apps.”
Company: Cybele Software, Inc.
Pledge: $16,502 pledged of $10,000 goal
Ending: This project was successfully funded on Nov. 6