Sense-U uses a fitness tracker to allow parents to see the activity of their kids and elderly relatives, as well as themselves.
Uncharted Play is back with the PULSE — a jump rope that stores the energy of each skip, which can be used later to power electronic devices.
Gamified discounts site turns bargain hunting into a frantic competitionRetail
Drop ‘Til You Shop is a store where the price of each item falls every second until buyers freeze it at the price they want to pay — but in order to win they have to do it before the limited stock runs out.Read More
Platform helps schools and parents better communicate home time plansEducation
3Fifteen is a platform that helps parents quickly and securely get in touch with schools to let teachers and children know if they’ll be late to collect them.Read More
Hanno City Library in Japan is integrating its collection with digital tech, using NFCs to help visitors more easily browse the contents of each shelf.
Now funding on Indiegogo, Diplopia is a game that uses virtual reality and motion sensing to treat common vision problems such as lazy eye.
Two startups — Stantt and Threadmason — are hoping to put an end to ill-fitting men’s shirts by offering a wide range of sizes and shapes to replace the standard small, medium and large options.
UK-based FlatClub is tapping into existing university networks to help alumni set up safe short-term accommodation sharing.
Copenhagenize Flow is a system of modular tiles that enables bike riders to establish a flat cycle lane surface anywhere, on the fly.
Rather than taking up the limited space available for hand luggage with bulky winter coats, Frankfurt Airport is allowing customers to check in their jackets for a small fee.