Does your entrepreneurial idea have a shot at crowd-sourced financing? What would you need to do to ensure your crowd-funded startup is successful? Find out the answers to these questions and more at the Design West session Why I Failed Kickstarter and My Friends Didn't, on Wednesday, April 24, in San Jose, Calif.
Portable Scores founder Bob Baddeley stands next to his tri-pod mounted scoreboard, which can be updated via remote control or smartphone app.
Very interesting concept and probably an easier audience than the Shark Tank panel. It would be interesting to see how much can be raised and the complications if a larger group of investors provided funding (versus one or a much smaller group). Will be interested to see the reaction and how this works.
Chuck, I agree with you. This forum would be fascinating and also maybe a better audience than the typical venture capital presentation. More technical, less financial. Would be interesting to see the dynamics of the presentations.
Two researchers from Cornell University have won a $100,000 grant from NASA to continue work to develop an energy-harvesting robotic eel the space agency aims to use to explore oceans on one of the moons of Jupiter.
Is the factory smarter than it used to be? From recent buzzwords, you’d think we’ve entered a new dimension in industrial plants, where robots run all physical functions wirelessly and humans do little more than program ever more capable robotics. Some of that is actually true, but it’s been true for a while.
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