For the eighth year in a row, the entrepreneurial and inventive best from Case Western Reserve University—featuring the work of several students and alumni—were on display this week at an all-virtual CES 2021 Jan. 11 to 14.
Across seven virtual booths, the Case Western Reserve/LaunchNET-led team showcased cutting-edge research in augmented reality, 3D-printed violins, COVID-19 tracing projects and much, much more.
Read the full story about CWRU at CES in The Daily and follow @CWRULaunchNet on Twitter for a recap of the CWRU booths that were featured.
CES, is known as the global stage for innovation and is the most influential tech event in the world. In 2020, CES drew over 170,000 attendees that interacted with more than 4,500 exhibitors.
Since the first CES in June 1967, thousands of products, many you’d recognize, were first announced at the yearly show. See a timeline of technology milestones provided by CES.