The Lab is a showcase of unique technology-enabled experiences dedicated to transforming the way we live and work. From robots and AI, to med-tech, drones and autonomous vehicles, the SingularityU Canada Summit Lab will enable participants to experience the impact of exponential technologies.
Applied Brain Research
The world’s first Neuromorphic Adaptive Robotic Controller models arm movement the same way a human’s brain does it.
Cloud DX with the Sheridan College Centre for Mobile Innovation
CloudDX‘s mission is to create the world’s most effective, affordable, easy to use digital tools for measuring health and wellness, fully connected into healthcare systems to deliver superior results. The CloudDX value proposition is simple and powerful: more data X better data =better outcomes at lower cost.
Experience the ‘Cirque du Soleil Mixed Reality Scenographic Design Tool’. The tool is the result of a partnership between Finger Food and Cirque du Soleil created to evolve the way Cirque designs and plans their award-winning shows.
Finger Food is the first company in North America to design, develop, and implement Mixed Reality solutions into an industrial workflow – all with an in-house team.
Designing the future of wearables includes the use of contact lenses to measure glucose levels in real time.
Carbon Capture Xprize finalist will showcase a working scale model of their ground breaking technology. Their carbon filtration system will clean the Expo Zone’s air through out the Summit.
Autonomous Vehicle - WaveLab
Experience what it feels like to be driven around by an autonomous vehicle.
Want to chat with Siri, Alexa or Cortana in Virtual Reality? Experience how custom 3D avatars are being used to model the future of Immersive Realities.
LyraVR is a virtual reality platform that lets you compose, perform and share musical compositions in 3D.
Visually Impaired volunteers regain sight to act as pathfinders for Summit attendees.
We will be lighting up the night sky with a unique drone show to take place during our Summit cocktail reception.
Take a selfie with hitchBOT – the hitchhiking robot from Port Credit Ontario.
During the summer of 2014, hitchBOT hitchhiked across Canada from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Victoria, British Columbia. In just 26 days it hitched a total of 19 rides and travelled over 10,000 kilometres. hitchBOT went on to travel across Germany and the Netherlands and began a journey across the US in July 2015. hitchBOT’s journey ended abruptly on August 1, 2015 in Philadelphia.