Pumpipumpe is a Switzerland-based project that is encouraging residents to place stickers on their mailbox to denote the goods they’re willing to lend to their neighbors.
Vietnam’s Ta đi Ôtô bar has fitted an entire restaurant — kitchen included — onto a roving mobile structure steered by tricycle.
Boîtes d’Échange Entre Voisins — or Neighborhood Exchange Boxes — is a network of brightly-decorated repositories where residents can leave unwanted goods they’d like to give to the community.
The IDNA – Spatial Storytelling project from Switzerland has produced a 360-degree video narrative for handheld devices that reveals different elements of the story depending on the way viewers choose to angle their tablet.
Switzerland’s digitalSTROM is a system that uses small, intelligent blocks to turn any offline appliance into a smartphone-controlled device.
iRock is a charging device in the form of a rocking chair capable of converting motion into energy to power an iPhone or iPad.
The Ar Vag by design student Thibault Penven is a DIY canoe that can be packed away after use.
Swiss company Anemon is testing sensor technology that alerts farmers via text message when a cow is in heat, enabling them to better time the expensive insemination process.
EasySMS uses text-to-speech technology to read out text messages and translates visual symbols into text replies.
Squirro aims to provide researchers with a data filtering platform that offers content based on the way the service is used.