Created by UNICEF and H&M Conscious Foundation, Unicoin is a cryptocurrency which will engage kids and promote access to early education.
Arlanda Airport now has an immersive Climate Portal, which enables visitors experience the weather conditions of destinations around the world.
The Swedish Armed Forces are offering potential recruits interviews — via online video conferences with working members of the forces.
The House of Clicks — Sweden’s collective dream home — was designed using big data from the property portal Hemnet.
Swedish band John Moose will only play their debut album to listeners who are in the woods.
MODA uses facial-scanning technology and a 3D printer to adapt the latest makeup trends and apply them to the user’s face in 30 seconds.
Charity Arcade has given the donation box a major upgrade, installing classic arcade games in the baggage terminals of Swedish airports.
Screen Donor is a free app which disables the smartphone’s sleep mode, creating a new, untapped ad space for charitable organizations.
Hoffice is a crowdsourced network of free working space, set up in the homes of its users.
Scandic To Go is delivering a pop-up hotel room to any location picked by the customer.
Taxi Stockholm is offering cab therapy sessions to customers suffering from winter blues.
Sweden-based Tinitell is a wearable, voice-controlled phone for kids that are too young to own a smartphone.
Vint is launching a program that lets members pay a single monthly fee to try different classes as many times as they like.
Sweden’s Taxi Trails shows the most popular cab destinations in real-time to offer city suggestions for tourists.
Swedish gallery Kosta Boda has held An Auction Based on Emotions, which sold glass sculptures only to those who had the most intense emotional reaction.
Sweden’s Liveguide is an app that acts as a comprehensive schedule listing for livestreamed content across the web.
Swedish label Uniforms for the Dedicated has introduced The Rag_Bag, a shopping bag that can be turned inside out to become an envelope to send old clothes to those who need them.
Aiming to expand the iPhone’s possibilities, Fuffr is a case which can use any surface the phone is lying on as a controller.
Project Testcyklisterna in Sweden offers members of the public a free bike for half a year if they agree to use it at least three times a week.
Sweden’s ICEHOTEL is enabling customers to work with designers in co-creating their own bespoke hotel rooms out of ice.
Sweden’s No More Woof is an EEG device that reads dogs’ brainwaves in order to determine what’s on their mind.
Sweden’s Catacombo Sound System is a funeral casket that eternally plays the deceased’s choice of tracks while they’re six feet under.