From Australia, StrayHat is using QR code name tags to make the return of lost objects easier for parents.
iBag automatically locks owners out if it detects they’re about to splash the cash.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, Fly6 is a rear bike light with an embedded HD camera that warns drivers that they’re being filmed.
Australia’s Real Big Things is a series of 2-hour events for digital marketers that charges customers by their ticket number.
Surf Life Saving Western Australia is attaching trackers to local sharks, which send out a warning tweet whenever they come into close proximity with the beach.
A new digital comic strip called FRAMED enables readers to switch the panels around to alter the outcome of the scene.
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.
The Video Stamp enables consumers to attach a recorded video message to the physical envelopes they send.
Laservision’s Softstop is a projection that aims to stop drivers from ignoring stop signs by giving the illusion of a physical barrier across the road.
Stereopublic is a new project that hopes to map the quiet areas of urban environments, recruiting citizens to collect the sounds of those spaces.