As I said, the idea you will not be patented and will not stake out for themselves in any way. If any specific design/technology is then still possible, but in the case with an idea or new approach to something - hardly.
It makes sense to go with the idea elsewhere(to the investors, accelerators, etc.) no, once again upset.
Crowdfunding sounds good, but in fact, the probability that there is something to attract also tends to zero(unless you saw a gadget for geeks or just another "cult" shakey).
I would do this:
1. Checked out your idea, whether it is necessary to someone. Interviewed several dozen people who are committed to what is your idea, and if at least 25% -30% of respondents enthusiastically listened and said that "it would be cool", it would go to step 2.
2. Armed with a confirmation of their assumptions about the usefulness of the product, I would have estimated, what is the minimum the team needs to work out the minimum useful product. That is, the prototype that will be able to be useful, without any bells and whistles.
3. Realizing what the team needs(for example one programmer and one financier or two programmers, etc.), I would start looking for the right people who will see the potential in my idea and want to join. You can search on various websites dedicated to start-UPS, all of the telegram channels, groups, VC and so on, in General, I would be all over the place.
3.1. If you find the command, do the imp, I give to try out those people who in the beginning saw the value in this product, get the first feedback, and with this work done, go to the investors or accelerators or somewhere else where you can draw money and find a way to develop.
3.2. If you do not find the command, then decide for yourself whether the game is worth the candle, and if so, attempt to implement the prototype. Or his likeness. Anything in any format, if only to generate the value it should give product.
talents are not looking, healthy looking - make a marketable product, no problems with money will not be
To go you need to have something working, ideally already with customers. Judging by the question, there is only conjecture, unsubstantiated.