On Tuesday 29th of November in front of a capacity crowd of over 800 of New York’s tech community at NYU Skirball Center, VP of Engineering and in house magician Josh Levine pulled some 3D magic out of his hat, literally.
Founded in 2004 by meetup.com founder Scott Heiferman and co-founded by
Dawn Barber, the NY Tech Meetup has over 18,000 members, representing
professionals from all parts of the New York technology community. Every month, 9 or 10 companies get 3 to 5 minutes each to demo something
cool to New York’s tech community (geeks, investors, entrepreneurs,
You can check out the Livestream of the presentation along with that of other presenters which included:
5ivepoints turns political campaigning into a mobile game that helps
candidates win elections by transforming virtual enthusiasm into real
Bubble: Use Bubble to discover what’s being shared about your interests and join the networks for them.
CrowdScanner: Making remarkable conversations happen
Foretuit takes an intelligent, predictive approach to business-to-business sales.
Kogeto: A New Weapon for Social Media: An iphone appcessory that creates interactive, shareable panoramic video
Listly: Create lists of the things you want. Share them with the people you love.
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Pixable is a beautiful app that finds the top photos and videos shared by your friends on Facebook and Twitter
Smartling: the easiest way to translate your website or mobile app.
Zemanta: A quick and elegant way for bloggers to use images, links and related stories.
Watch the stream to hear the word awesome, often.
A big thanks to all at NYTM.org