As always the Super Theatre was packed with entertaining and interactive features to boot. Jason, Ortis, Jon and Rachel along with some special guests, put on a show like no other which celebrated the last ten years of tech. Filled with presenter stunts, audience participations and giveaways the show not only recapped on the last 10 years of technologocal advancements, but provided obver an hour of fun for the family. Who was suprised to realise WiFi was only invented in 2004?
The popular Robo Challenge returned for 2014, a feature allowing you to pick your robot and play against your friends. Tech lovers were also able to see famous robots from the show including RoboJase, the kung fu robot and the world record setting chainsaw powered dragster.
New for this year, the British Inventors Project saw some of the best inventions coming out of the UK on display at the show. From the slightly wacky to the potentially life saving, this area not only got national coverage in the press. but was a popular feature with visitors.
The HUB Theatre with Aled Haydn Jones and Lucy Hedges put on some brilliant presentations and informative sessions and the Game Zone Stage was constantly packed with gaming fanatics taking part in interactive sessions throughout the 5 days.
These were just some of the highlights of the features at the show. Use the quick links below to see what else you could have seen at Gadget Show Live 2014!
|Super Theatre||Game Zone|
|Game Zone Stage||Plantronics Game Zone Tournament|
|Future Tech Zone||The HUB|
|British Innventors Project||Combat Ops|
|e-Bike test track||Kids Tech Zone|
|Robo Challenge||Driving Experience|
|Indie Gaming Zone||Gadget Imaging Zone|