Guest Post Venture capitalists hate investing in hardware startups for a myriad of reasons. Design and iteration are more difficult. Margins are low.
Editor’s Pick At Hardware 2.0, entrepreneurs, investors, and hardware innovators came together to discuss the growing opportunities for hardware startups.
Everyone, it seems, wants to build a telepresence robot that moves. Revolve Robotics, however, wants to build a telepresence robot that doesn’t break the bank.
Local Motion is the first company to graduate from Lemnos Labs hardware incubator program and raise $1 million.