Jay Silver's first Makey Makey invention kit raised more than half a million dollars on Kickstarter. His second kit, called the Makey Makey GO, has raised more than $120,000 so far.
You have no excuse not to get started.
When you invent with the market in mind, you set yourself up for success.
A simple thing I came up with while doing something I love continued to sell for a decade.
You may have just come up with a great idea, but it doesn't mean squat if you fall into this trap.
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If you want to live the life of an inventor, you had better develop yourself into an inventor.
The Australian entrepreneurs set out to raise $70,000 for their Flow Hive honey-harvesting system. They have raised 14,720 percent of that goal.
While developing your own tech product may seem overwhelming, it is achievable -- even for non-techie entrepreneurs.
The Flow Hive honey tap raised $5.3 million on the San Francisco-based crowdfunding platform.
The actual inventing may be done, but you're far from finished getting your product out there.
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Inventors caught up in the thrill of new idea often skip the research needed to be certain nobody has a patent on it.
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