From “tricked-out” robots to augmented and virtual reality to sound-warping software, the entrepreneurial and inventive best from Case Western Reserve University students, faculty, alumni and partners will be on display at CES 2020 in Las Vegas Jan. 7-10.
The Case Western Reserve contingent this year again includes Everykey, a startup company that specializes in consolidating and protecting passwords and electronic keys. Everykey, which in December won a TechOhio award for startup culture, is a student-founded company that shows how CES plays a part in clearing a path to success, said CWRU LaunchNet Director Bob Sopko, who organizes the trip and accompanies the student presenters to the trade show each year.
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Originally published January 2, 2020.