The Fuelmatics Automatic Refueling System is a robot helper that enables drivers to precisely fill up their tanks without leaving their seat.
The Hövding — a wearable airbag for cyclists, packed away while riding and activated in the event of a crash — can now be ordered for EUR 399.
Novel app uses the iPad’s game mechanics to offer a narrative that requires readers to twist, turn and zoom into the text.
The Arlanda Foodtrucks scheme is providing customers with a sample of the cuisine available from restaurants at the Swedish airport.
Meganews has developed a machine that prints high quality copies of glossy magazines in minutes.
The Nudie Jeans Repair Shop in London is enabling customers to use equipment to help them repair old jeans, as well as get discounts on new jeans when they bring in their used pair.
Sweden’s Reupp platform gives consumers the power to bring back an axed show through crowdfunding.
The tic device is made of recyclable plastic and helps owners repair their shirt buttons in seconds.
The Pop Up Agency is a group of six creative students who take residency at clients’ sites for 48 hours, deliver a concept or strategy, and then move on to their next destination.
STDTriage enables smartphone users to simply send an anonymous image of their intimate condition to a doctor, who will respond within 24 hours.