Robotics Mission company, Agilic has launched its first product Tiddlybot through a campaign on Kickstarter. In the first 5 days, the campaign has already reached one-third of its funding total.
If a week’s worth of meetings travelling the length of California wasn’t enough, Agilic’s founder, Harry Gee has found time and enough wifi between meetings to launch the campaign. Harry is staying in the US for the next two weeks to continue building support for the products, he said,
“Launching the TiddlyBot during the Robotics Mission has been a lot of fun. Success with Kickstarter is often about exposure and its been good to talk about TiddlyBot in the meetings we’ve had. The Campaign still has a long way to go but the mission has helped make the good start.”
Want to build your own robot? Take a look at the project’s Kickstarter video…
Visit the Tiddlybot campaign on Kickstarter for more information.