Currently seeking funding through Kickstarter, Arki is a wristband that can detect the wearer’s posture as they walk and gives them advice on how they can improve it.
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Finland’s Yoogaia is enabling anyone with a webcam to join in yoga classes and receive guidance from the comfort of their own living room.
Taxi Stockholm is offering cab therapy sessions to customers suffering from winter blues.
The Outernet Lantern is a portable device that works anywhere, receiving web data from space when the internet’s not available.
From Israel, Sesame is the first smartphone that works for disabled people out of the box.
Sweden-based Tinitell is a wearable, voice-controlled phone for kids that are too young to own a smartphone.
Health app Vida is now connecting users to personal coaches that suit their style through one-to-one live video chats.