Not only does CES give these EvoNexus startups the chance to display their technology but it also allows them access to a worldwide audience, providing deeper insights on user behavior. Each company will be offering interactive demos that will craft a real experience for the attendees. Everyone is encouraged to stop by and participate.
Aira: A platform that connects blind and low vision individuals with certified virtual agents through smartphones and wearable devices such as Google Glass and Pivothead to assist navigation in everyday life. (Eureka Park, Booth 51000)
OSSIC: Headphones that offer the ultimate 3D audio experience by automatically calibrating to the individual while tracking their head movements to provide fully immersive sound. (Eureka Park, Booth 50400)
TinyKicks: A discrete wearable for expecting mothers that detects and monitors fetal movements in order to share the information with doctors and family for a healthy pregnancy. (Eureka Park, Booth 50441)
Appulse Power: A power management solution focused on AC/DC adapters that are significantly smaller in size and higher in efficiency (Mandalay Bay, EPC Suite)
EvoNexus is a non-profit technology incubator and hub for Southern California's startup community designed to accelerate the growth and success of entrepreneurial companies. EvoNexus is supported with Class A office space and facilities by California's leading real estate developer, Irvine Company and financially by global technology and life science corporations. These relationships make it possible for EvoNexus to take zero equity or fees from incubating startups and help grow Southern California's innovation economy.
For more information, visit www.evonexus.org
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