It's been six years since entrepreneur Emily Brooke launched the Blaze, a bicycle-mounted laser projection safety system that she designed while still a student. In the time since she's turned its success into Beryl, a 30-person company based in London.
Technology moves fast in six years, and now Beryl has evolved the Blaze into the Laserlight Core, a smaller, lighter and brighter version:
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The Laserlight Core has already sailed across the finish line, garnering $56,406 in pledges on a $50,000 goal. There's still 32 days left to pledge, and at press time there were still a few Early Bird specials left at $69 a pop (it's expected to retail for around $95).