Sync footwear, which syncs the best of nearby music to flashing lights on the sole of shoes, was one business showcasing their product at eMerge Americas. The technology conference opened Monday with 13,000 people from 60 countries registered, in an expo hall that brings together startup, corporate and community leaders.
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