Still crowdfunding on Indiegogo, another tech project has claimed a CES award. Skulpt Aim is the winner in the Last Gadget Standing CES 2014 – where the people get to vote on their favorite tech device. Skulpt announced earlier this week they had made it to the top ten. It must be noted that Skulpt had some pretty stiff competition in the final running, Canary and JamStik both made the final cut. Both of these competitors ran highly successful crowdfunding campaigns too (Somehow Samsung’s Galaxy Gear made the list…).
Last Gadget Standing looks for products that are more than just a flash in the pan. They are products that will endure and are pioneering the ways in which the digital world will change. Any exhibitor at CES can enter a product into the Last Gadget Standing competition–though it must be a device, not a service or software. Products need to have shipped during 2012 or be available for shipping by the end of Q2 of 2013. We honor NDAs and we reserve two spaces for products that have winner potential but won’t be announced until the show.
Skulpt Aim is the “Worlds First Device to Measure Muscle Fitness with One Touch”. They set a goal of raising $100,000 on Indiegogo and they are way past that mount standing at over $347,000 as of today. So congratulations to another crowdfunded tech device capturing the much deserved recognition for an incredible product.
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