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Engage Works announces inFlux of exciting new tech partners at London’s no.1 innovation lounge
From virtual reality, augmented reality and robotics to tiles that turn footsteps into renewable energy, Flux LDN is set to unveil list of new tech partners at future of virtual and augmented reality event
Heralded as one of the hottest tech venues by TimeOut, Flux LDN is the exclusive innovation space from world-leading interactive experiences group, Engage Works. Working with tech innovators from around the world to carefully curate its innovation lounge, Flux LDN showcases the latest cutting-edge technologies available and offers real-world examples of how brands can use them to effectively engage with consumers.
Following its roaring success in 2015, the unique underground tech incubator has today announced a string of exciting new partnerships for 2016 that are pioneering the world of technology and shaping the future.
- When: Tuesday 1st March
- Time: 5-8pm
- Where: Wool House, Unit 1, 74 Back Church Lane, London, E1 1AB
- RSVP at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here, visitors will be invited to check out the lounge’s fresh new look and meet new innovation partners including, HTC, Philips, 3D Robotics, and Connected Retail Platform, to name a few. They’ll also get the chance to explore the ‘art of the possible’ by getting hands on with the latest cutting-edge technologies. Some of the exciting new additions to Flux LDN include:
Philips: Philips’ high-performance monitors offer vivid imagery and timeless style to make the most of every minute you spend viewing and interacting with screens. From interactive video walls and 98” screens, to hospitality solutions, Philip’s combines excellent picture quality with intelligent features.
SOLO Drone: The SOLO drone is one of the most technologically advanced consumer products ever created – the one and only drone that can automatically control both copter and camera positioning in flight. The dual 1 GHz Linux companion computers power one-of-a-kind Smart Shots so anyone, beginner or pro, can get sweeping multi-axis cinematic live HD video from day one, just by pushing a button.
Visual Retale: Visual Retale’s 3D media delivers cut-through visibility with 3D-realism that makes brands stand out from the crowd. Their patented technology enables them to create 3D animated illusions that showcase products in a new and exciting way.
Pavegen: Pavegen is a pioneering technology company founded in 2009 that creates flooring that harnesses the energy of footsteps. The technology has been installed in over 100 projects in more than 30 countries, in train stations, shopping centres, airports and public spaces.
Projection Artworks: Over the last decade, Projection Artworks has built their position as industry leaders on a solid foundation of innovation, creativity and an eye for the extraordinary. Best known for projection mapping, they can use virtually anything as a canvas, from vast cityscapes to models in miniature.
CRP – Connected Retail Platform: CRP helps brands deliver personalised, immersive retail experiences, allowing them to deliver advanced interactive experiences on any in-store device, anywhere in the world, via a single, central command centre. The platform tracks data, reduces inventory costs. It’s a global platform that supports translation, localised content, regional settings and distributed content management.
Shoes by Bryan: Designer, Bryan Oknyansky, makes award-winning, cutting-edge 3D printed bespoke high heel footwear art. His shoes are designed with architectural influence, combining functionality with the highest level of aesthetics.
HEISEL: A New York fashion house that uses new technology to make clothes and accessories. Sylvia Heisel is an expert in new materials, manufacturing processes and physical computing related to fashion and wearables. She designs fashion and wearables for companies introducing new technologies and works with fashion companies to introduce new designs, materials and manufacturing processes to their brands.
Steve Blyth, Founder and Group CEO of Engage Works commented:
“Cutting edge technology is at the centre of everything we do here. It’s an exciting time for the tech industry with the market constantly evolving and we want to ensure we are consistently at the forefront of innovation. Following our refresh last April, Flux LDN has come on leaps and bounds and we’ve worked with industry leaders to build an impressive client base as well as working alongside Sky, Porsche and a host of other world-famous brands.
“In Spring 2016 we are taking it up a notch with new partners who cement Flux LDN as the ‘go to’ place for innovation, providing clients with a unique and memorable space for idea generation, collaboration and exploration.”
Here is a full list of Flux LDN’s partners: