The Australian Road and Maritime Services recently installed Visionect’s smart e-paper technology into road signs across Sydney.
The NL Fan Jersey uses haptic feedback motors to create an immersive fan experience known as ‘fourth dimension entertainment.’
Using wearable technology and 3D printing, Exertion Games Lab is gamifying exercise by printing chocolate based on how much the user worked out.
The Dolmio Pepper Hacker is a covert technology off-switch hidden inside a pepper grinder which shuts off technology for 30 minutes.
Booodl is a smartphone app which enables users to create a digital shopping list and informs them when their ‘wants’ are in stock nearby.
SmartCup is a reusable coffee cup embedded with smart payment capabilities, enabling customers to pay for their coffee with the cup itself.
RMIT University has developed the world’s first talking drone that can converse with air traffic controllers, using a synthesized voice.
“Replace the Face” brings viewers together to watch an evocative music video — and provides a space to talk about it afterwards.
Australia’s Kini Swimwear lets customers design their own bikinis while also helping them to pick items that will complement their physique.
The Grand Hyatt Melbourne has launched its Leave it at Hyatt scheme, enabling visitors to safely store their belongings on site, ready for their next stay.
Australia-based startup Wearable:Experiments has introduced its location-enabled Navigate Paris range, which comes pre-programmed with a detailed map of the city.
Brothl is a soup kitchen that’s using food commonly considered as organic waste on its menu.
Safe Mate is a wristband for swimmers and surfers that stores medical and emergency data in case they need assistance.
Gilmo is a device that allows web users to quickly pull up the password for any account without storing the details online.
ShopandBox enables online shoppers to task those living abroad with gathering various foreign items and consolidating them into one delivery to cut costs.
Victorian Opera in Melbourne has piloted a series of performances that cater for the needs of young kids with autism.
Australia’s RipeNearMe is enabling local growers to share their excess fruit and vegetables, notifying neighbors of the best time to pick up the produce in its prime.
Honda claims that the water produced by its new hydrogen vehicle is pure enough to drink.
Australia’s Tzukuri has developed a range of sunglasses that sync with owners iPhones to let them know where they left them.
Heritage Bank’s Power Suit is a piece of wearable tech that enables owners to pay with a swipe of their sleeve.
Jafflechutes is now delivering its grilled cheese sandwiches to street level via parachute.
From Australia, StrayHat is using QR code name tags to make the return of lost objects easier for parents.