Downtown Toronto Is Hosting A Massive Pop-Up Event You Gotta Attend This Weekend
You've literally never done anything like this before.
If you’re a young professional living in Toronto, you’re no doubt trying to keep up with all the things in your life (work, school, friends), and the last thing you want after a long day is to come home to do all the errands and tedious chores you’ve been putting off.
But thankfully, in today’s age of smartphones and apps, inventive new technologies have made life easier than ever. As tech continues to get more advanced, we also want it to make our lives convenient, so staying on top of the latest trends is key.
The best place to check out some of the latest and greatest in home tech at the moment is at the limited-time only pop-up event happening this weekend, July 22-24 in downtown Toronto. The first of its kind (in Canada!), Dyson is hosting an insane interactive experience to launch its brand-new 360 Eye Robot.
The result of 18 years in the making, this compact little beast of a vacuum features an intelligent 360 degree vision system, so it scans its surroundings and always knows where it is, where it has been and where it has yet to clean. It even comes with its own app, which means cleaning your condo is now literally at your finger tips.
At the pop-up, get hands on with the 360 Eye Robot, as well as preview loads of other new Dyson tech including the fancy new Supersonic™ hair dryer (which Kardashian hairstylist Jen Atkin loves btw) and more.
While you’re there, make sure to also check out the Dyson art gallery, showcasing 3 of Toronto’s hottest Instagrammers who've teamed up with Dyson to show off the 360 Eye Robot™:
So whether it's to check out the latest in cool tech, or are a photography fan and want to chat with notable Toronto-based photographers, Dyson’s 360 Eye Robot Demo Store is definitely worth stopping by this weekend.
Don't forget to snap a photo in the 360 Eye photo booth, and you could win your very own 360 Eye Robot™ to take home with you!
Where: 363 King Street (King St./Blue Jays Way)
When: Friday July 22 (10AM-8PM),
Saturday July 23 (10AM-8PM)
Sunday July 24 (10AM-6PM)