How’d you like to pick which projects and events occur before they make it off the launch pad? I think that’s a dandy idea. It’s one of the perks of crowd funding. Another is the ease with which more fringe and eccentric concepts can find their audiences. Kickstarter is rife with campaigns that a very slim portion of the world will be interested in, regardless of quality, but a small portion of several billion people is a lot of people. The trouble is conducting that interest to the right spot. Here are some of those strange projects who just might see the light of day if their niches find them.