Join us on March 15th for our first GROW Clark County of 2018 - featuring one of Clark County’s newest tech companies, RealWear.
RealWear is an AR, VR, and wearable product computing company focusing on dynamic voice recognition technology that completely frees the use of the wearer’s hands.
RealWear recently relocated their Silicon Valley startup to Clark County to become the very first tenant of the historic Fort Vancouver Artillery Barracks that they affectionately dubbed “Fort RealWear.”
This interactive event will feature opportunities for attendees to experience the HMT-1, a powerful, fully-integrated, rugged head-mounted Android tablet that replaces the need for touch screens with a micro-display providing the appearance of a 7-inch screen. In addition to product demos, we will hear from company founders, Andy Lowery and Chris Parkinson, on the evolution of HMT-1 and RealWear’s response to a growing market demand for fully-connected and hands free devices integrating both virtual and augmented reality.
Since 2015 GROW Clark County has been a forum for connecting and empowering Clark County’s entrepreneurship and startup communities!
Committed to bringing together and connecting people, GROW Clark County aims to strengthen and grow our innovative knowledge economy and to provide opportunities for our most exciting and groundbreaking startups to pitch their products, business model and strategy, and interact with businesses and resources that can help their business grow and flourish; all over a bottle of beer or a glass of wine.
Thank you to our event sponosor: iQ Credit Union