Tech in Motion wants to help you get hands-on with VR, drones and stuff - DC


Mar. 21, 2016 12:12 pm

Tech in Motion wants to help you get hands-on with VR, drones and stuff

Get ~immersive~ at this upcoming event.

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Tech in Motion is inviting you and yours to spend an evening playing with hot new technology.

The Meetup group’s “Hands on Tech” event, to be held March 31 at 1776 Crystal City, is trying to do something a little different from your average pitch/networking event. Yes, the event will have speakers and demos. But it will also aim to give all attendees the chance to get up close and personal with the tech being showcased.

What kind of tech, you ask? “Breakout” tech, organizers promise. This means AR, VR, wearables, drones and more.

The lineup for demo companies is still being worked out, but so far AgoraVR and Measure plan to be there. Organizers promise more details soon, so it’s worth keeping an eye on their Meetup page if you’re curious.

Find out more, and RSVP, here:

Hands On Tech: An All-Inclusive Event

Thursday, Mar 31, 2016, 6:00 PM


1776 Crystal City
2231 Crystal Drive #1000 Arlington, VA

140 Technologists Attending

What’s better than an opportunity to get your hands onto the newest and coolest pieces of technology? 3D printing, drones, Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are all poised to be some of tech’s breakout stars in 2016. Join Tech in Motion DC as we give you the opportunity to play, and experience these types of technology first-hand. We …

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