Update [July 2, 2014]:

The iFind Kickstarter campaign has come to a halt as Kickstarter officially suspended it on July 27, 2014 after having raised nearly US$500k, which was even more money raised than its goal. Although Kickstarter has not issued an official statement of the suspension, the speculated reason by many publications and the public was that it’s nothing more than a fraud meant to steal money from unsuspecting backers due to the unfeasibility of its technology.

Kickstarter contacted iFind backers, notifying them that their pledges were cancelled.

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Huiyi Lee

Tech and communications enthusiast based in Beijing.