A Spanish design student has created Remora, a sturdy fishing net that breaks down safely if it gets lost or abandoned.
E-TRACES is a set of shoes and an app that tracks ballet dancers’ movements and pressure to create a graphical recording of their dancing.
Spain’s IAAC institute has developed a new type of building material that responds to the temperature outside and automatically switches from cooling to insulating.
The EAR-IT project in Santander, Spain, is using acoustic sensors to measure the sounds of city streets and determine real time activity on the ground.
From Spain, HYBRIDPLAY has developed a smart clip that connects any playground to smartphone games, requiring kids to be physically active to complete each level.
Spain’s CaxiaBank has now developed its own contactless wristbands for customers who want to pay with a simple tap of the wrist.
Spain’s Teatreneu has trialled a system that uses facial recognition to track audience responses and charges them according to how much they enjoyed the show.
Spanish tech company First V1sion has created sportswear that features an integrated camera to show real-time action from the athlete’s point of view.
Spain’s Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia has now created the Harken project, which places sensors into seatbelts and car seats to track drivers’ alertness.
Yahoo Labs in Barcelona has developed an algorithm that gets users from A to B in the most scenic way.