Intermarché is turning fruit and veg that’s too ugly to sell into a range of new products.
France-based Pixglass has created a camera-enabled mirror that digitally captures whatever is in front of it.
Clermont-Ferrand University Hospital wants to improve the day-to-day lives of terminally ill patients by allowing them to enjoy wine on the premises.
WEMU is a sensor-laden shirt that keeps track of epilepsy sufferers’ physiological signs and alerts doctors of seizures.
Paris Picnic is a service that lets customers enjoy all the trappings of a French picnic by the Seine — or anywhere — with just an hour’s notice.
France is aiming to make cycling for kids more affordable with P’tit Vélib, which opens up Paris’ Vélib scheme to younger residents.
OBO is embedding fragrance capsules into necklaces and bracelets, allowing wearers to easily reapply their perfume when they need it.
Two campaigns aim to bring another dimension to plastic bottle tops, helping consumers to drink more water and even make new friends.
France-based Klépierre has developed the Inspiration Corridor, a booth that uses facial and body recognition, as well as purchase histories, to suggest items to consumers and locate them in-store.
The French-Dutch airline has announced that is teaming up with FastTrack to offer its eTag and eTrack system to passengers.