Hello Ruby is a children’s book designed to appeal to 4 to 7-year-old girls (and boys) that hopes to get them inspired by the web and programming.
Sweden’s No More Woof is an EEG device that reads dogs’ brainwaves in order to determine what’s on their mind.
Check is a device that determines users’ readiness for training both, physically and mentally, through a short daily test.
Uniqul uses facial recognition technology to enable consumers to pay without their wallet.
The Enevo ONe Collect is a solution that lets authorities know exactly which containers need emptying on their route.
BlindSquare is an iOS app that taps FourSquare to improve daily life in general for the visually impaired.
The Catchbox wireless throwable microphone aims to liven up seminars by easily enabling audience participation.
Conceived in Finland, Brickstarter encourages citizens to take civic projects into their own hands, rather than waiting for governments to pick them up.
By tapping into the magnetic fields that are naturally present on Earth, IndoorAtlas has launched a platform that can create highly accurate location-based mobile apps without wifi or GPS.
Grafetee aims to provide users with a tool for bookmarking real-world locations for later reference and sharing with friends.