The Smart Replicas project uses augmented reality and 3D printed reproductions of priceless museum objects to make visits more hands-on.
Dutch collective MIJLO has developed the Everyday Watch, a timepiece with two different faces and five straps.
The Netherlands’ Edenspiekermann design agency has developed a platform-length LED display which provides real-time information on carriage crowdedness and other details.
Dutch beer brand Grolsch’s Movie Unlocker service gives customers free access to on-demand video with just a clink of their bottle.
Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport has installed desks that enable passengers to charge their devices through pedal power while they wait for their plane.
Tuna Knobs aim to bring the tactile control of mixing desks to tablets, with attachable buttons that work with multiple DJ apps.
The Netherlands’ Homey is a system that uses voice recognition to enable users to simply speak orders to their home.
The Netherlands’ Koken met aanbiedingen app offers recipes made of ingredients that are on sale in major supermarkets that day.
Bringing the sharing economy to SMEs, Floow2 enables businesses to rent out equipment such as forklift trucks and earth-diggers to other organisations
The Netherlands’ Cablean Sportveld is a multi-surface field that can be turned into a sports pitch, an advertisement, or a solar farm at the push of a button.