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The White House website will provide a “river of content” along with a live stream of President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address.
Toyota is utilizing Oculus Rift technology to demonstrate the dangers of distracted driving to teens and adults at the North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center.
Ford utilizes live plants, technology and the company’s latest vehicles in the company’s 2015 exhibit at the North American International Auto Show in Cobo Center.
Google has hired Roush Enterprises Inc., a Detroit-area company that designs and builds prototypes for the auto industry, to build 150 prototype Google autonomous cars.
A renovated Cobo Center with new retail stores, dining facilities and free Wi-Fi will greet the nearly 800,000 people who are expected to attend the North American International Auto Show.
Google is ending sales of the Glass Explorer Edition wearable technology, and will reportedly be transitioning into a new versions of the Glass.
Throughout Cobo, the auto show exhibits offer a number of unique and interactive ways to learn about vehicles and the automotive industry.
Visitors to the North American International Auto Show have a number parking options around Cobo Center, and a handful of websites and apps are available to assist drivers in finding a parking spot.
New and information about the North American International Auto Show is available on the show’s app, along with the official Twitter feed, Facebook page and website.