Since its launch in 2009, Kickstarter, the world's largest crowdfunding platform, has been helping people with awesome creative projects attain the funding they need to bring their innovative ideas to millions. Despite the success of numerous companies and individuals, there are many more who unfortunately don't reach their funding goals on Kickstarter. But that doesn't mean they didn't have great ideas.
Some came close to meeting their target amount, while others were far from their ultimate objective. At the same time, many Kickstarter projects introduced a remarkably unique and creative technology that would have definitely taken the world by storm if they could have amassed enough funding. Check out our list of Design Kickstarters That Didn't Reach Their Goal But Should Have. And keep this list in mind the next time you're on the fence about funding a Kickstarter project.