LEGO runs what amounts to its own version of Kickstarter, called Cuusoo. Essentially, it’s a crowdsourced pitching engine: Lego designers conceive of a project, pitch it to the masses, and if you can get 10,000 people to click “support” on a project, Lego will consider making it as an official Lego product.
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