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Austin: Engadget Live is this Friday!

John Colucci, @johncolucci
June 18, 2014
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If you're going to be in Austin, TX this Friday, June 20th, join us as we kick off our Engadget Live series at the famed Austin Music Hall, 7PM sharp! Come join your fellow Austin gadget lovers and the brands that excite them for an incredible night.

One of the brands you'll get to interact with is Austin's own Chaotic Moon. The production studio will be showing off the untitled follow-up to Shark Punch (which taught us what the ocean's greatest predators looked like inside-out). One player will put on an Oculus Rift and drive a virtual Jeep, while a second uses an iPad to drop bombs on the other's vehicle. Insane, right?

Some more brands you can expect to interact with at Engadget Live include: Atlas Wearables, Charmed Labs, Huawei, Optical Cables by Corning, Plum, Re3D, Snakable, Techjango, TiVo, Vapshot and Zero Motorcycles.

So if you're still trying to figure out what to do this Friday night, let us just solve that for you right now. Go get your tickets for Engadget Live and join us for an insanely good time.

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