MSCHF (titled "Naughty"), the American art group that releases new "drops" every second and fourth Monday, has revealed its latest work providing entertainment for unsuccessful startups. This is Dead Startup Toys - the iconic version of the failed startup games. Five separate games make up the following.
Jeebu was introduced as the world's first social home robot. The Indigogo campaign raised more than $3.6 million, and although it started, it was a year behind schedule. In addition, the promised SDK to developers never came and was completely limited without it. Soon after the company threw in the towel, they were surprised shortly after launch.
One Laptop per Child has a real vision - producing low-cost laptops for children in developing countries for just $100. Unfortunately, that effort fell apart for a number of reasons (one of which was a significant cost) and the establishment, which closed in 2014. In the mid-2010s, Juicero developed a Wi-Fi-connected juicer that was used exclusively, with individual packages of pre-squeezed fruits and vegetables. The modern juicer started at a staggering $699, which is about $5 to $5 for each bag of juice or vegetables. Needless to say, consumers were not convinced, and the company closed in 2017. Tranos was a privately owned medical health company founded by Elizabeth Holmes in 2003. The company claimed to have developed the blood analyzer. and support technology that is revolutionizing the industry. Investors dumped money on Tranos, but what they didn't know was that the company's technology was more reliant on lies.
The company has been dissolved and its founder is awaiting trial on charges of wiretapping and conspiracy.
Dead Startup games are available to purchase separately for $39.99 or you can get the complete set for $159.99. p>
Dead Startup Toys are small versions of failed startups