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Minnedemo is a showcase for working technology products made in Minnesota. Demos are 7 minutes long and PowerPoint IS NOT ALLOWED. We like to think of it as Geek Show and Tell! It’s an energizing and informative evening for innovators, investors, and technologists of all kinds. Come see what the local scene is up to, with networking before, during, and afterward.
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Troy Rogers presents his Robot Rickshaw project, a rapidly deployable cart full of musical robots which serves as a robust and flexible platform for the dissemination of early 21st century semi-nomadic robot herders’ music.
The Adventures of Super Stretch is a mobile app providing healthy, active screen time teaching children to create balance with interactive videos, cute characters and fun, yoga-based play.
Squigl AI is automated white board video technology helping to increase the speed and retention of selling, marketing and learning
ControlBright is a cloud-controlled architectural and accent lighting platform
Addressing a huge gap in the market by providing assistance to people selecting a technical or community college.
PEIR Mobile is using blockchain to solve big problems in the shipping industry
Visual (Martin Grider, Chuck Olsen, David Roberts, and Patrick Swinnea) presents two Virtual Reality projects they worked on as part of the Super Bowl festivities in the Twin Cities last February.
Twitter: Martin @livingtech, Chuck @visualisgood, David @drobdesign, Patrick @patrickswinnea
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