Tuna Knobs aim to bring the tactile control of mixing desks to tablets, with attachable buttons that work with multiple DJ apps.
Jibo is a friendly robot that uses facial recognition and natural language processing to offer personal assistance in the home, and perhaps become a new member of the family.
Swedish gallery measures buyers’ emotional responses to art pieces before sellingEntertainment, Retail
Swedish gallery Kosta Boda has held An Auction Based on Emotions, which sold glass sculptures only to those who had the most intense emotional reaction.Read More
Smart bookmark lets authors tweet at readers who have neglected their novelMedia & Publishing
Brazil-based Penguin-Companhia’s Tweet For a Read campaign has created a bookmark that can detect if readers haven’t opened their novel recently and tweets a reminder to pick it back up.Read More
The Russian arm of Greenpeace has created EcoCard, a business card that’s getting more people to use public transport by combining contact details with free train rides.
Japan’s Zoo Jeans are created with fabric that’s pre-ripped and chewed by dangerous animals before being fashioned into a pair of trousers.
From Taiwan, Bistro is a feeding device that uses facial recognition to track the unique health metrics of individual cats.
For those not planning to trade in their oven or grill anytime soon, Range OI is a device that turns any existing cooker into a smart one.
A2B bikes has now launched a package holiday that offers one couple a guided tour around 12 global destinations by e-bike, for just USD 135,000.
From China, Wokamon is a virtual pet app that requires kids to walk and exercise in order to keep their creature alive.