Circuit Scribe began during the founders PhD research at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. During this research, the founders developed a non-toxic conductive ink that was able to be integrated into a rollerball pen. The rollerball pen allows you to draw circuits on paper. Soon, modules and education kits were developed creating an educational STEM product that focused on learning electronics with the conductive ink pen. In fall of 2013, the founders launched a Kickstarter campaign. In just over a month, the funding goal of $85,000 was exceeded. The campaign ended up funded $674,425 by 12,277 backers. After the successful Kickstarter campaign, gave us the resources to refine our product designs and develop large-scale production capabilities. We are now headquartered in Austin, Texas, where we have an on-site research and development team, that is continuously working on the expansion of our products.