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Kickstarter is a great platform to crowdfund your next brilliant idea. To help bring it out of the ether, and into the hands of your customers. Here are 6 projects that just might be the next household name.

1. SCiO – A pocket molecular sensor

It’s a tiny spectrometer that allows you to get instant information about the chemical make-up of just about anything around you. That’s sounds pretty darn revolutionary to me.
[Project Page] [Website]

2. BeeSmart – Control and monitor your electronic appliances

Create a “hive” of your electronic appliances and control them remotely using your smartphone. Set up automation to turn devices on, off, up, or down just based on the time, internet data, or whatever condition you tell it to follow.
[Project Page] [Website]

3. L.E.D Portable Charger – Portable Charger

An easy to use and transport, portable device charger, so you can charge your phone or tablet on the go. It also has a built-in, low power consumption flashlight.
[Project Page] [Website]

4. Legion Meter – Device Charging Accelerator

Accelerate your mobile device’s charging speed by up to 92%. Also get cool diagnostic info such as accurate voltage, current, power, and milliwatt hours.
[Project Page] [Website]

5. FIND 2.0 – Track & Find Bluetooth Tag

Attach the small bluetooth tag to whatever you want to track, be it your keys, bag, or pet hamster. Then using the smartphone app you can sound an audible alarm on the item that’s been tagged or view it’s last known location to help you find it. Or use “phone protect” mode and keep the tag in your pocket. Then if you accidentally leave your phone somewhere and walk away, it will let you know.
[Project Page] [Website]

6. PowerUp 3.0 – Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplane

1) Grab a piece of paper. 2) Fold that piece of paper into an airplane. 3) Attach the PowerUp. 4) Smile in awe as you control your airplane with your smartphone.
[Project Page] [Website]

If you know of any other cool projects getting some love through Kickstarter, post it in the comments.

Travis Walter

I'm a software developer, musician, and founder of twoclaw.com.