Think Dirty is aiming to show consumers whether the cosmetic products they use could be harmful to their health.
HandUp uses a business card system to let citizens donate food credits to local people in need through their mobiles.
This app will decide where users go on holidayTourism & Travel
Hitlist is a social app that offers up destination ideas based on users’ interests, as well the optimal time to go according to flight fares.Read More
Platform turns an old Android device into a baby monitorHealth & Wellbeing, Homes & Housing, Telecom & Mobile
Dormi is an Android app that enables anyone to turn an old smartphone into baby monitor, delivering notifications straight to parents’ working mobiles.Read More
Germany’s Future-Shape has developed SensFloor, a textile that senses the activity that’s happening on top of it.
Portland Hotel Society has installed crack pipe vending machines in Vancouver, in order to curb the spread of HIV and AIDS among the city’s addicts.
First Aberdeen in Scotland is getting bus passengers to scan the backs of its seats to receive information and entertainment on their mobile devices.
Koe is a JRPG that requires players to learn different kanji symbols in order to progress through the game.
The Dainese D-Air Ski features a protective airbag that inflates only upon the event of a serious fall.
Gaolhouse Denim is collaborating with a number of British prisoners, giving them meaningful, paid work while also creating premium jeans for consumers.