Maybe you couldn't make it to Las Vegas for the 2020 CES event, or maybe you wanted to be a part of a more intimate experience where you could really make connections? Well Cintrifuse, a Cincinnati-based startup catalyst set up a way to make CES a lot more accessible and Forbes absolutely loved it.

Cintrifuse hosted it's second annual "virtual CES" on January 9. This unique event allowed those interested in CES to experience something similar but more intimate in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati.

The event featured "CES screen feeds, product displays and panel discussions – with immersive experiences in AI, augmented reality, connected health, voice activation, IoT, gamification and more" according to Forbes.

Wish you could have been there? Catch it all in the recap below!