Kickstarter bans renderings

Product simulations are prohibited. Projects cannot simulate events to demonstrate what a product might do in the future. Products can only be shown performing actions that they’re able to perform in their current state of development.
Product renderings are prohibited. Product images must be photos of the prototype as it currently exists.

Last night, in a blog post titled “Kickstarter Is Not a Store”, Kickstarter announced that it will no longer accept renderings of products or projects seeking funding.

What do you think about their decision to enforce realistic proposals by limiting virtual representation?



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