Hellmann’s Recipe Cart campaign used NFC technology to immediately suggest meal ideas to shoppers as they walked past other ingredients. Sales rose by almost 70 percent.
The Mais Estudo scheme is hoping to get more young people into university by offering discounts on vacant classroom spots.
The Accessibility View project aims to use Google Maps and Street View to help disabled people find the most accessible routes through São Paulo.
Le Repas bistro in Brazil is offering a free salad for any diner who rides their bike to the café as a reward for being green.
Eu que Fiz – which translates as ‘I Made That’ – is providing mobile training in chocolate-making and food business management to those in the country’s poor areas.
Easy Way Subtitles allows those who can’t speak Portuguese to enjoy Brazilian television by running hard-of-hearing captions through Google Translate.
Passaporte Curitiba features a range of apps that aim to improve users’ experience of the city.
A marketing campaign for Bob’s fast food chain in Brazil has come up with a way to avoid litter and waste – by making its packaging edible.
The Intera project at the Hospital Evangélico de Londrina is helping surgeons to control vital on-screen imagery with gestures to save precious time in the operating room.
Genstok not only enables users to build a virtual store but also helps them to source stock by connecting product suppliers with the would-be sellers.