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By now, you’ve probably noticed tons of exciting updates about Introduced by Technical.ly 2019 being shared — including a panel about Gritty and a sneak peek into the MESSAGE room.
On May 9, not only will you experience content covering Philly Tech Week’s seven programming tracks, but you will get a chance to explore a rotating demo floor organized by theme: discover, get involved, and play.
The “discover” floor will feature innovative companies and the products they are working on. From 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., prepare to be wowed by inventions designed to increase your productivity and improve your process. Check out the following companies and organizations activating this floor:
- Music: Not Impossible (demo by Bresslergroup)
- Yetzer Studio
- Vestibular First
- Pando (demo by Inception Digital)
- University of Pennsylvania
- Thomas Jefferson University
During the “get involved” floor, you’ll be able to seek volunteer opportunities and community initiatives to participate in. From 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., learn about what happening in Philadelphia and how to offer a helping hand. A few exhibitor spots are available on this demo floor, but here’s who we have signed up so far:
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- Thomas Jefferson University’s Introduction to VR course
- Philly Reclaim
- Throw like a Woman, Consulting with Social Impact
The “play” floor will take you on adventure or into another realm! From 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., play local games, tinker with toys from maker spaces, test AR/VR products and more. Get ready to get into the game with the companies listed below— space is available to exhibit!
- Quadratron Games.
- Moore College of Art & Design
We are actively seeking exhibitors to be a part of the “get involved” and “play” demo floors! Want to participate? Fill out Technical.ly‘s demo interest form to drop a quick description about your product, service, or project. Once you submit, we’ll reach out if we’re able to include you in this event!-30-
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