ReMAP attended, Tech For Good: ‘How wearable technology is making our lives better’ discussion and expo on the evening of November 29th. Presented by, We are Wearables Toronto (WWTO) at the MaRS Discovery District Centre, wearable innovators, entrepreneurs, and startups talked about wearables and how they are making our lives better.
Entrepreneurs in wearable technology inspired us with their disrupting innovations that benefit, autism, mental health, education, blindness, deafness, personal safety and more. An expo featuring 16 companies gave us an opportunity to demo and see wearables in action.
eSight Eyeware was at Wearables TO to demonstrate how they help give sight to the legally blind.
User and Creator of RunGo participated in a Fireside Chat on “Apple Watch & RunGo, Making Life Better for Visually Imparted Athletes. (Facebook- Jessica Wang- Heart & Stroke Foundation)
We are Wearables TO is the Toronto chapter of a growing community of wearables revolutionaries. Their mission is to foster adoption and facilitate innovation in wearable tech by providing a platform for the entrepreneurs, startups, and organizations who are already making this happen and a place for those new to the space to be inspired to take action.
MaRS, the worlds largest urban innovation hub, brings together educators, researchers, social scientists, entrepreneurs and business experts under one roof. Founded by civic leaders, its mission is equally funded between public and private, designed to bridge the gap between what people need and what governments can provide.
Date: November 29, 2017 (6:30pm to 9:00pm)
Venue: MaRS Discovery District
Address: 101 College Street, Toronto, ON
Website: Tech For Good: How Wearables are Making our Lives Better