Flybrix first dreamed up a drone that kids could build with LEGO bricks in 2015. At the time, co-founders Amir Hirsch, Robb Walters and Holly Kasun debated the merits of launching with a crowdfunding campaign. They craved the exposure that brands like Pebble and Oculus or Scanadu attracted on Kickstarter and Indiegogo, respectively. But they knew consumers were growing suspicious of… Read More

from iFeeltech IT News Mix4 https://techcrunch.com/2017/04/11/why-flybrix-skipped-crowdfunding-to-launch-its-lego-drone-kits/?ncid=rss

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