Australia’s Kini Swimwear lets customers design their own bikinis while also helping them to pick items that will complement their physique.
A group of researchers has developed a biodegradable drone made out of mushrooms, that decomposes naturally if it breaks in an unreachable location or doesn’t need returning.
In Brazil, Knorr is turning old family recipes into beautiful infographic postersFood & Beverage, Marketing & Advertising
Food brand Knorr has launched its Receitas de Familia scheme, which lets anyone snap a handwritten recipe to have it turned into a typographic instructional poster.Read More
Link-sharing platform aims to replace the annoying group emailLife Hacks
Spotslet is using social media techniques to help colleagues share links and info only with those who are interested.Read More
Medigo is a Berlin-based company that helps users plan their medical tourism trips, with clinic reviews and information.
Fabulous Noble is enabling anyone to upload a photo of themselves and have it turned into an affordable, personalized portrait by an expert artist.
The Luce X2 Touch TV vending machine uses facial recognition and customers’ medical records to determine if they should be allowed to buy an unhealthy snack.
A Spanish design student has created Remora, a sturdy fishing net that breaks down safely if it gets lost or abandoned.
Mixing AI with creative writing, Massively is an interactive storytelling platform that gets readers to text with the characters.
The flagship Rebecca Minkoff store in New York City is adding a touch of digital to the offline shopping experience.