The NanoQ copter had an ambitious $230,000 goal and missed it, but you can still follow them here:

 

What happens if we don’t meet our goal? First off, you won’t be charged anything. We’d still like to make this product a reality, but it becomes a lot harder. We will be reaching out to investors to try and raise the funds needed to start production. Once we are sure that we can raise enough money and have a firm delivery schedule, we’ll start taking pre-orders from our website, QFOLabs.com.  

To stay up to date with our progress, be sure to join our mailing list, just under the cover image at QFOLabs.com.  

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Comment by Joshua Ott on November 14, 2012 at 9:34pm

At least they have the props mounted on the correct side of the arms!

Comment by Jack Crossfire on November 14, 2012 at 11:06pm
$94,898 was still double what the Techpod got.  If only they asked for less.  That's what makes it a game.
Comment by Joe Bloeski on November 15, 2012 at 10:47am

$99 ($50 discount) was just too much compared to all those $30-$50 mini copters out there.  If they at least could deliver in time for the holiday season they might have done significantly better, but asking to fund a toy that doesn't ship until March is a hard sell when poeple are saving up for Christmas now.

Comment by Geoffrey L. Barrows on November 15, 2012 at 3:15pm

Wow I didn't see that. Too bad. Has the single-hand control input been patented?

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