When crowdfunding first made its debut, it seemed like a low-risk way to support budding entrepreneurs and get the newest products. But what happens when a Kickstarter or Indiegogo campaign is successfully funded but creators can’t deliver. Unfortunately, it’s not good news for backers.
We’ve all heard of 3D printers and as great as it would be to own one, the price tag of over $1500 is a pretty solid deterrent. The FLUX team, a group of young, talented entrepreneurs from Taiwan, decided to take a new route when designing FLUX – they started from scratch. In a world where ideas and products are mimicked, copied and sometimes even outright stolen, FLUX took the slow route, working through 4 different prototypes and over 30 working units, until they had their idea expertly crafted into something completely unique.