MindRider is using EEG technology to enable riders to see how their thought patterns change over the course of their journey.
The Life Tech jacket from Seymourpowell is designed to double as an extreme survival kit that uses smart tech to help wearers in a variety of dangerous situations.
In Japan, train station allotments let commuters garden on the moveEco & Sustainability, Food & Beverage, Transportation
The Soradofarm scheme is placing allotments on top of train stations, to allow commuters to more seamlessly fit growing their own vegetables into their busy lifestyles.Read More
Netflix for kids’ books makes reading fun with unlockable achievementsEntertainment, Media & Publishing
Epic! offers a large digital library of children’s titles, complete with rewards for finishing chapters and embarking on reading marathons.Read More
Tao WellShell is a smart device that enables anyone to carry out resistance exercise from their seat, while also tracking their progress.
Mogl enables diners to enjoy a ten percent discount on their meal at participating restaurants, which they can either keep or donate to food banks and hunger charities.
The Bookish Banquet is a culinary event for bookworms that takes inspiration from popular fiction.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is enabling its customers to confirm and pay for a seat on one of their flights through social media platforms.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, Treeson Spring Water bottles include a free mail-back system to ensure they get recycled.
The Netherlands’ Waternet utilities company has placed some pee-collecting urinals in Amsterdam, with the hope of turning it into fertilizer for the city’s urban roof gardens.