We brought you the story of Light Harmonic’s newest crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo back in November. The campaign aimed to raise $38,000 to bring the Geek Pulse to market. It was the second crowdfunding campaign for Light Harmonic. The company raised over $300,000 on Kickstarter for the Geek Out, which was a USB-powered digital-to-analog converter for audiophiles.
Light Harmonic has now eclipsed the $1 million mark on Indiegogo for the Geek Pulse. That is a staggering amount of money, and it is particularly notable because of Indiegogo’s all-time funding list. Barring everyone freaking out and jumping ship, the Geek Pulse has now secured a spot in Indiegogo’s top ten most funded list. They’re currently nipping at the heels of the Restore the Shore campaign for #7 on the list.
The $1 million mark hit a stretch goal that stands to benefit all backers of the campaign, so that is good news for the 5,000+ people that have ponied up funds for one of these devices.
It’s a huge accomplishment for Light Harmonic. There are still 39 hours left in the campaign so the question now becomes whether they will continue to ascend the list and pile up more crowdfunded cash.
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