CES is a massive event. A show where innovators of all sizes, and global companies representing every industry, come together. But for those unable to attend, an outfit in Cincinnati is perhaps offering the next best thing. A one-day, virtual “show” that will feature product displays and panel discussions – and hopefully mimic the energy found in Las Vegas, too.
Cintrifuse, a startup catalyst that’s working to make Cincinnati the No. 1 tech startup hub in the Midwest, will host a “Virtual CES” 4-7 p.m. Thursday at its headquarters at Union Hall, in the city’s historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. The event, which is “back by popular demand” for its second year, will feature CES screen feeds, product displays and panel discussions – with immersive experiences in AI, augmented reality, connected health, voice activation, IoT, gamification and more.
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Written by Liz Engel.
Originally published January 8, 2020.