Spritz believes that humans can read much faster using its system of ‘streaming’ text at up to 600 words per minute.
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.
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The Miracle Machine is a device for the home that makes a bottle of fine wine from simple ingredients in a couple of days.
Datacoup is a marketplace that lets anyone sell their personal information direct to advertisers.
The Sensory Fiction project coming out of MIT has developed a harness that delivers haptic feedback at relevant points in the narrative.
Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, First Sign is a smart hairclip that automatically detects a violent attack, notifies friends and relatives, and collects evidence to help secure a prosecution.
HEADWAY, from Germany-based startup Rockatoo, aims to replace motorcycle headphones with a device that turns any helmet into a loudspeaker.
The KLEM project helps those in Malawi use available local resources to create their own shoes following a simple design.