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.
Sweden’s Arlanda Airport has created the Local’s Guide — using real-time Instagrams by city residents to enable visitors to discover new locations through a personalized travel guide.
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.