The flagship Rebecca Minkoff store in New York City is adding a touch of digital to the offline shopping experience.
The Luce X2 Touch TV vending machine uses facial recognition and customers’ medical records to determine if they should be allowed to buy an unhealthy snack.
Fishing nets biodegrade so they don’t pollute the seaEco & Sustainability
A Spanish design student has created Remora, a sturdy fishing net that breaks down safely if it gets lost or abandoned.Read More
App lets authors tell their story through interactive text messagingEntertainment, Media & Publishing
Mixing AI with creative writing, Massively is an interactive storytelling platform that gets readers to text with the characters.Read More
appLOUD is a social network that lets fans tag their videos of bands’ live performances to turn them into in-app ticket and merch stores.
France’s Open Toys project could make vegetables more enticing for kids by using 3D printed parts to turn them into playthings.
Embrace is a fashion-forward, activity-tracking smartwatch that’s also specifically tailored to save the lives of those with epilepsy.
The new Desirée Parfums store in Milan is organizing its fragrances by aromatic quality, rather than brand.
Inside Tracks is a photography book which lets readers find out more about each image by pointing their smartphone at it and receiving extra video footage.
Taiwan’s The Daily Expeller is a machine that helps anyone turn nuts and seeds into their own custom oils.