Belgium-based sportswear company Lazer has developed the Cappuccino Lock, a helmet strap add-on that enables bike owners to use their helmet to quickly lock both.
Marlow Goods has launched a pop-up store at the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn, which turns meat byproducts from the venue’s restaurant into leather clothes and bags for guests.
Offline device stores user passwords and deletes them if it’s tampered withLife Hacks
Gilmo is a device that allows web users to quickly pull up the password for any account without storing the details online.Read More
Portable, wireless cash register is designed for informal economiesRetail
Nomanini has created a rugged point-of-sale register that can facilitate cash payments for electricity, airtime and insurance.Read More
Intermarché is turning fruit and veg that’s too ugly to sell into a range of new products.
Evermind is a new system which tracks the seniors’ use of home devices so that relatives can be alerted to breaks in routine.
Babybe is a system that translates mothers’ heartbeats into haptic feedback for premature babies isolated inside ICU.
A UK design student has created Grow, a pair of sandals that can be adjusted to cater for bigger feet as children get older.
For homeowners who can’t afford to use self storage services, Roost is a peer-to-peer platform that lets them find and rent storage space from others in their neighborhood.
Japan’s Hotel Cycle is making cyclists feel more welcome, with accommodation designed especially for bike-riding tourists.