Your Guide to Event Tech for the 5 Senses

By Connect Staff, December 15, 2016

Let the five senses be your guide as we navigate what’s new and who’s who in the event tech world. In this handy breakdown, we highlight some of the hottest, out-of-the-box tech ideas we’ve seen lately.


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