July 2014 NY Tech Meetup

This is a past event

799 people went

Price: $10.00
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Join fellow technologists for an evening of live demos from companies developing great technology in New York.

Please note: In order to help accommodate the high demand for seats, if you've purchased a ticket, your seat will be held until 7:20 p.m. the night of the event. After that, we will consider you a no show, and may release your seat to someone waiting to get in.

LINEUP FOR JULY NY TECH MEETUP (http://nytm.org/blog/entry/14-26-2014/lineup-for-july-ny-tech-meetup)

Here's the lineup for the July 1, 2014 NY Tech Meetup (listed in alpha order):

72Lux
www.Shoppable.com (http://www.shoppable.com/)
@72Lux

Shoppable is a licensable marketplace that allows you to shop and sell products from multiple retailers within one checkout.

Amicus
http://amicushq.com/post
@AmicusHQ

Amicus helps nonprofits raise more money, attract more members, and win more votes.

Electric Object
electricobjects.com (http://electricobjects.com/)
@ElectricObjects

Electric Objects: Art for the Internet Generation

Fieldlens
http://fieldlens.com/
@FieldLens

FieldLens: Mobile Field Management App for the Construction Industry

Knozen, Inc.
www.knozen.com (http://www.knozen.com/)
@KnozenInc

"We're bringing personality to the internet." Knozen shows you what people like most about you.

Picturelife
https://picturelife.com/
@picturelife

Picturelife: The smart home for photos.

Syncmotion
syncmotion.co (http://syncmotion.co/)

Syncmotion: Connecting the physical and digital worlds.

Vosmap
www.vosmap.com (http://www.vosmap.com/)
@vosmap

New York's Leading Google Business View Provider.

Hack of the Month

The Satellite
http://thesatellite.org/about
@satproject

The Satellite: A New Vision of Earth.
The Satellite is an experiential, photo-realistic portrait of Earth, seamlessly combining real-time imagery and remote sensing data from hundreds of satellites to present viewers with a true, three-dimensional vision of their planet from the perspective of the International Space Station.