We caught up with the visionary founder of Neurowear to hear more about his recent efforts to deliver music based on the listener’s emotions.
The SUN&CLOUD digital camera is the first which can be wholly powered by the sun or a built-in dynamo.
The AquaTop consists of a display projected onto the surface of water, controlled by interacting with the liquid.
Mico headphones monitor user’s brain waves and select songs that match their mood.
The Lighty system enables users to quickly and easily adjust lighting in a room by ‘painting’ in the areas they want illuminating on a touchscreen.
Using digital watermarking, Visual SyncAR lets TV viewers see companion content through a mobile device that’s synchronized with the video being viewed.
FabCafe in Japan hosted an event that enabled visitors to create gummy men – jelly sweets that look like the customers that made them.
As well as lunch and wifi, the Qusca Sleeping Café offers space for women to rest and refresh during their working day.
The Gura-pika flashlight from Force Media detects earthquakes when they hit and automatically turns itself on in case of a blackout.
The Valentine-hoken service aims to provide “insurance” against the possibility of not receiving any cards or gifts by sending a package from a fictional woman.