Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, the Netherlands’ Fietsklik is a detachable adapter that helps cyclists securely clip even large crates to their bike.
Jafflechutes is now delivering its grilled cheese sandwiches to street level via parachute.
TRAINR turns smartwatches into a personal fitness trainerLifestyle & Leisure
TRAINR is a smartwatch platform that turns the devices into fitness trackers that can detect the type of exercise being performed, as well as offering suggestions for improvement.Read More
‘Thinking’ music speaker changes mood with a twist and learns users’ tastesEntertainment, Homes & Housing
The Aether Cone is a next-generation conical speaker that instantly offers a different vibe when it is twisted, and uses algorithms to detect users’ music taste at particular times and locations.Read More
South Africa’s El Burro restaurant has installed a device that enables customers to take professional-style Instagrams of their meals.
The ikflitsmee campaign in Belgium has encouraged citizens to send in locations where they believe speeding is a problem in order for the police to invest in safety measures.
myTomorrows enables patients to fast track the use of drugs that haven’t yet been fully approved.
Mod Notebooks allow writers to store their handwritten notes and doodles and access them at any time on their mobile device.
Netherlands-based JeansOnline gives customers 15 minutes to try on the clothes they order, and instantly return any that don’t fit.
Brazil’s Bradesco bank has introduced a credit card that donates a percentage of all payments made to an evangelical Christian organization.