Seed is a set of mobile and computer products that use the processing power and data of a single docked smartphone.
Mellowcabs is enabling South African citizens to travel for free in its advertising-funded and eco-friendly cycle cabs.
The Lightie is a system that uses an empty bottle and a solar filament to provide cheap light in the places that need it most.
Giving homeless people the same dignity afforded to paying customers, The Street Store is a rent-free temporary store that provides poor neighborhoods with free clothes and fashion advice.
Hope Soap features an encased toy inside, which can only be used if children wear down the soap by washing their hands regularly.
The Bye Bye Red Eye advertising campaign featured a machine delivering free coffees triggered by a yawn.
The Exchange is a new pop-up fashion store in South Africa that enables customers to take home items as long as they register as an organ donor.
Attendees at the OppiKoppi festival in August will be able to order beer to be delivered directly to them via their smartphones.
eChaja is a solar-powered portable charger that helps users make money by offering charging facilities in remote locations.
The Coming Up Short Handed project hopes to develop open source prosthetics, enabling access for those who can’t afford commercial products.