Tuesday December 1, 2015 0 comments
DENVER -- Living Ink Technologies announced it is launching the world’s first time-lapse ink funding campaign on Kickstarter.
The campaign aims to raise $15,000 by Jan. 12.
The company said its mission is to use sustainable algae technology to replace regular, petroleum-based ink. Living Ink is a patent-pending time-lapse ink that grows when exposed to light.
The Kickstarter campaign aims to fund further development of the company’s technology, with shipments of Living Ink to be sent to backers by July 2016, the company said.
So far, the company founded by Scott Fulbright and Stevan Albers has raised more than $100,000 through business pitch competitions.
To check out the Kickstarter campaign, visit www.livinginktechnologies.com/kickstarter.