A different audience: Designers look to crowdfunding to get their idea off the ground
- Posted on May 2nd, 2013 filed in Magazine
A common technique for raising money to a deadline is to have a sliding scale of packages with lower prices and better benefits for early adopters. For example, a $20 pledge for a DSP card built on an Arduino Shield offered by Connecticut based Douglas Lyon, developer and chairman of the computer engineering department at Fairfield University, was designed to give the first crowdfunders for his project the rights to one of the first assembled boards.
Published in New Electronics on 4/23/13