Esports, robots and work on the program for Viva Technology’s general public day

Esports robots and work on the program for Viva Technologys

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    Like every year, the general public will be able to discover the latest innovations in new technologies during the last day of the Viva Technology show, Saturday May 25, 2024. This year, the world of video games and esports are in the spotlight.

    After three days exclusively devoted to a professional audience, the last day of Viva Technology will once again be open to the general public, with this year a focus on video games. Gaming enthusiasts will be able to meet many players in the sector, but also test new technologies and live immersive experiences thanks to virtual reality. As the highlight of this day, Viva Technology will host the final of the first official “League of Legends” amateur competition in Europe. Also note the expected presence of a few streamers and influencers (Domingo, Jokariz, Shaunz, Hugo Gedio, The Fairy Dina, etc.).

    Those who wish to join this industry can directly submit their CV to the start-ups present on site. The same goes for all those who wish to apply in the new technology sector of the public service, for a position in Paris or in the region.

    Unsurprisingly, artificial intelligence is at the heart of the event this year, particularly within AI Avenue, where visitors will be able to discover the impact it could have on our daily lives in the years to come. The curious will also be able to approach Tesla’s famous Cybertruck, its pickup truck with an unusual design and dimensions, on display right next to a prototype of the American manufacturer’s Optimus humanoid robot. Motorsport fans will be delighted to discover the DS Formula E single-seater. Finally, robotics enthusiasts will enjoy demonstrations of robots (dog and humanoid) from Chinese Unitree.

    These are just a few examples among the hundreds of innovations to be found at Viva Technology, which has established itself, since its launch in 2016, as the largest European exhibition dedicated to innovation and start-ups. . This year, it brings together more than 2,800 exhibitors from 174 countries.

    (Viva Technology, June 22 to 25, 2024 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, website: