29 Dec '12, 5pm

Engadget trying out some crowd-funding

Existing products / updates to existing products will not be accepted. Product should not be officially announced, though those with limited coverage will be assessed on an individual basis. Product must not have an existing Kickstarter , Indiegogo or other crowdfunding effort already underway. Companies must be ready to launch crowdfunding campaigns around the event. Products must fall within Engadget’s coverage scope. Products must have a hardware component and not be purely software or web services in origin. Inventors will need a working prototype or other presentation for a team of Engadget editors ahead of the event. Simulations or product renderings will not suffice to enter Insert Coin; what you have to show to us must be functional. No products from major manufacturers will be accepted.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2012/12/29/engadget-trying-out-some-c...

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