Talkitt is an app that turns any unintelligible language into understandable speech in real time.
Israel’s LikeAGlove uses wearable technology to accurately calculate body shape, automatically showing users which size to buy online.
From Israel, Sesame is the first smartphone that works for disabled people out of the box.
An Israel-based design studio has created Street Capture, which turns wood that’s been painted on by anonymous graffiti artists into contemporary furniture.
Israel’s Wheelchairs of Hope project hopes to give kids access to a chair created especially for them.
Two new startups — tado° and Sensibo — are helping make it possible to upgrade existing units with new capabilities such as smartphone control and presence detection.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, SCiO enables users to collect information about any food, medicine, plant, or physical object simply by scanning.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, Pocket Printer is a paper printer that lives up to its name by being small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.
KiddyUp enables parents to share their favorite diaper-changing rooms, playgrounds and kids’ food locations so others can easily find them.
Operating like a Waze for public transport, Israel’s Ototo app crowdsources real-time information from passengers to give users the best suggestions for their commute.