A new system called OptimEyes, set to roll out across the UK, is using facial recognition to deliver detailed analytics to marketers to show the audiences engaged with their campaigns.
Protecting traveling workers against the off-chance of a hail of gunfire, Toronto-based Garrison Bespoke has created The Bulletproof Suit.
Israel’s Greenbox brings digital tech into the gardenHomes & Housing
The Greenbox platform uses data from the cloud to offer advice and automate tasks for those with outdoor gardens.Read More
Sneakers rethought to handle the demands of kids’ activity and growthFashion & Beauty, Style & Design
PLAE is a startup that is redesigning sneakers for children, making them more flexible to cater for their continuing development.Read More
The ALARMclock displays personal metrics — such as time left on Earth — to encourage users to get out of bed and do something about it.
Poland-based interactive agency 8k is allowing its clients to decide how much the work is worth and set their own price.
Developed in Italy, pocket-sized Lucetta lights use magnetism both to secure the devices to the bike frame and as a switch mechanism.
The IDNA – Spatial Storytelling project from Switzerland has produced a 360-degree video narrative for handheld devices that reveals different elements of the story depending on the way viewers choose to angle their tablet.
Kinsa enables families to track their health, analyze their symptoms and learn about illnesses going round in their neighborhood.
Bonaverde is offering a machine that turns unroasted beans into coffee at the push of a button, maximizing flavor while also delivering profits more directly from consumers to farmers.