The east London venue, which until recently was known as Flux Innovation Lounge, has added three new tech partners to its fold - Stereoscape, Pavegen and Poken.
Stereoscape utilises technologies including 3D visualisation and advanced digital display technologies, and it is currently exhibiting a digitial mirror which utilises radio frequency identification (RFID) technology and facial recognition software. Pavegen develops and manufactures flooring technology that operates by converting the wasted kinetic energy from footsteps into renewable electricity.
Poken is a digital, green event platform that provides networking, lead generation and engagement solutions to the event industry. The partnership will see Poken used at all Flux LDN events, enabling guests to register their interest in a particular device through the use of near field communication technology.
Projects from a number of other companies were also on show on the evening, including iMakr, Proxama, Planar, Connected Retail and Projection Artworks.
They utilised technologies including augmented reality and 3D printers, virtual reality, Oculus Rift and interactive tables.
Engage Works has recently restructured to focus on its three key areas of expertise. Engage LDN specialises in production and innovation is the focus at Flux LDN, meanwhile Meld LDN provides consultancy services.
To mark the shift, the company launched a newly rebranded website yesterday (29 April), which includes customer case studies through to event listings and videos.
Thanks to a new partnership with venue management company Blank Canvas, Engage Works is now available for hire for events.
Elissa Capizzi–Taylor, commercial manager, Flux LDN said: "There are exciting times ahead at Flux LDN and I’m excited to announce our new partnership with leading venue management specialists Blank Canvas.
"We will be working together to give even more people the opportunity to experience the innovation lounge, offering new clients a unique and memorable space for idea generation, collaboration and exploration."
Steve Blyth, founder and chief executive of Engage Works, added: "We’re delighted to welcome all of our new partners into the mix. It’s been a busy few weeks what with rebranding, restructuring and getting the new website up and running but we always get delighted when welcoming new technologies to the Flux LDN innovation lounge, particularly when they are as interesting and interactive as the latest crop."