Engadget Live brings together gadget lovers with tech brands in an interactive environment. A bunch of great companies that you'll see on the next few slides will show off their newest products and get feedback directly from fans like you. Here's a look at our most recent event in Seattle.
Taktia will show off its handheld power tool that cuts wood, plastic or sheet metal with digital precision.
This company will show off its new gadget, Linkmount, currently backable on Kickstarter. With it you can attach your phone to a tripod, magnetic dock, make it stand up and much more.
The radar detector company will show off its line of radar detectors that alert you to, um, "road hazards."
Modbot believes anyone and everyone should be able to build their own robot. You can use Lego-like modules and Modbot's Virtual Robot Builder to build the robot of your dreams.
Boogie Board eWriters replace paper and keep you organized. You'll also get to see this model, the Sync, which takes handwritten notes and puts them up in the cloud with apps like Evernote.
Harmonix will give Engadget Live attendees an early look at its upcoming music and motion games, Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved and Dance Central Spotlight.
Corning will let you get hands-on with its flexible fiber optic light source, Fibrance, which can add a pop of color almost anywhere.
We recently went hands-on with the Lenovo ThinkPad 10 tablet and at Engadget Live, you'll get to play with one of many innovative devices in the company's arsenal.
Vapshot (which was a hit at our last two Engadget Live events) will bring its vaporized alcohol technology to Boston.
The KOR-FX Gaming Vest uses patented acousto-haptic technology to take game audio and turn it into tactical feedback, in other words: let gamers "feel" what they're playing.
Empire Robotics will bring its Versaball, a flexible robot gripper designed for industrial automation, to Engadget Live Boston.
Ministry of Supply will show off its tech-infused dress clothes that fight sweat, body odor and feel like your favorite sweatpants.
Gizmosphere will bring an immersive, two-player interactive challenge, powered by a single Gizmo II board.
oneTesla makes educational Tesla coil kits that teach electronics by shooting lightning, playing music and a lot more. On the left, a video from Tested and World Maker Faire 2013.
You'll get to meet some of the wonderful people who tirelessly keep you updated on all things consumer technology. They also might break into a dance routine. We'll see.
Convinced? Get your tickets right here.