Upsee is a harness that lets parents use their own legs as a support, in order to give their disabled children the sensation of walking.
The UK’s LOVESPACE self-storage company will take even just a small box of items off customers’ hands for as short as one night.
Ooho! is a spherical membrane for carrying water, which can be eaten when it’s finished with.
Peekster is an app that enables readers to scan the headline of a print article in order to quickly bring up the digital version on their phone, for sharing or saving for later.
Talk To Me London wants to explore different ways to get the city’s 8 million multicultural residents to share their stories with each other.
PullClean combines door handles with a sanitizer dispenser, prompting hospital users to wash their hands each time they enter and exit a room.
KiddyUp enables parents to share their favorite diaper-changing rooms, playgrounds and kids’ food locations so others can easily find them.
Anti-Agency offers a roster of unusual, creative and punky models to give fashion campaigns a more ‘real’ edge.
ASAP54 is an app that taps both the crowd and fashion experts for clothing identification and personalized suggestions.
Guilty Pledgers charges partygoers for adding an embarrassing track to a Spotify playlist, sending the cash to charity.