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WWTO May 2014: Avegant, Sulon Techonlogies, Pigeon & GestureLogic

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Our May event features the spectrum of smart glasses from HUD to VR. Avegant, Sulon Technologies and Pigeon will take the stage to present their technology and then engage in a panel discussion exploring this powerful wearable category along with the opportunities and challenges that come with it.

Following this, GestureLogic will be unveiling its fitness intelligence wearable, LEO at the event. LEO directly monitors muscles, heart rate, hydration levels and other bio-signals to provide simple and actionable recommendations to users in real-time.

All four companies will be joining us in the demo area after the formal presentations to let you get your hands on this tech before it hits the market. Open bar and food provided.

About the Tech

Avegant ( is a Michigan-based startup who raised over $1.5 million dollars on Kickstarter for the Glyph, a personal entertainment device that uses virtual retina display to project images directly onto your retina, creating sharp, stark images unlike anything you've seen before.

Sulon Techonlogies ( is a startup based in Markham and are the creators of The Cortex, a first-of-its kind spatial entertainment platform that transforms your physical environment into an interactive, fully immersive virtual world.

Pigeon is a Toronto-based startup set to change the courier space by creating efficiencies in using software built for heads-up displays like Recon Jet or Google Glass.

GestureLogic ( is the Ottawa-based startup behind LEO. LEO directly monitors muscles, heart rate, hydration levels and other bio-signals to provide simple and actionable recommendations to users in real-time.


6:30-7:00: Doors Open

7:00-7:05: Welcome & Admin

7:05-7:20: Smart Glasses Showcase (Pigeon, Avegant, Sulon Techonlogies)

7:20-7:50: Panel Interview on the Smart Glasses Spectrum: HUD to VR

7:50-8:00: GestureLogic presents LEO

8:00-10:00: Social & Hands-on with Tech

**We will be giving away one Moab Purple Haze ( at the event thanks to Pivothead**

A big thanks goes out to our sponsors for helping to make this event possible.

MaRS Discovery District is a mission-driven innovation centre located in Toronto. MaRS works with partners to catalyze, accelerate and amplify innovation. MaRS supports entrepreneurs building Canada’s next generation of growth companies. For more information, visit (

CFC Media Lab's ideaBOOST Founded with partners Corus Entertainment, Google and Shaw, The CFC Media Lab's ideaBOOST program is a 4 month business accelerator for technology companies that want a fast track into tomorrow's entertainment ecosystem. Companies receive tools, training, mentorship and funding. The CFC Media Lab also runs sister accelerator, ideaBOOST Mind Pirate Production Lab (, a bootcamp for developers and companies that want to create consumer applications for the next mega trend of wearable technology. For more information visit, (

Uproar is an innovative consumer technology public relations and social media agency. Along with their other technology practices, the firm has successfully built brand recognition for its wearable tech clients. Within the Toronto and Waterloo communities, Uproar works with Thalmic Labs, Bionym Kiwi Wearables and PUSH. With Uproar's media relations experience, those companies have been featured in media outlets including The Today Show, Business Insider, New York Times and CNBC, just to name a few. The firm specializes in developing campaigns that drive awareness and sales, creating industry buzz. For more information, please visit (

Normative is a software design studio helping organizations create products and services for a networked world. For more information, please visit (

CloudExchange is a white-labeled app store platform that connects you with your users and developers. Our simple and easy to use platform gets your branded app store and branded developer portal up and running quickly, no big budgets or custom code required, helping you get the very best apps into the hands of your users. For more information, please visit

MakeWorks is 10000 sq ft of coworking space, including a Prototyping lab, Makerspace and event space, all in a restored factory in College West, Toronto. For more information, please visit

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