The UK’s Tate Britain has developed the After Dark scheme, which enables anyone to browse the collection through a robot that moves around the gallery when everyone else has gone home.
An interactive magazine called Look, Cook and Eat is designed especially to teach those with learning difficulties to cook for themselves.
Modular smartwatch lets wearers pick and choose the functions they needEntertainment, Style & Design
Blocks is a smart watch with a wristband made up of varying components that enable wearers to tailor the device’s functions.Read More
Plug-and-play device brings smart capabilities to entire car fleetsAutomotive
Poland’s Cloud Your Car is enabling companies to track driver location and behavior with a device that plugs into any car.Read More
France-based Pixglass has created a camera-enabled mirror that digitally captures whatever is in front of it.
FoodTweeks is an app that gives users small suggestions to tweak their diet, with each calorie cut rewarded with support for local food banks.
Shift has introduced a card that lets users pay with both traditional bank accounts, loyalty points and virtual currencies.
UK-based Fanmode is an app that enables stay-at-home sports fans to have their support broadcast at the game venue.
Hefei City in China has issued QR code badges to elderly people, enabling passersby to help them back to their home if they get lost.
Sweden’s Taxi Trails shows the most popular cab destinations in real-time to offer city suggestions for tourists.