The UK’s Geneu has developed U+, a system that uses in-store gene analysis to tailor skincare to each customer’s DNA.
XOX is using biometric wristbands to gauge real-time crowd reaction.
London-based Henrichs has developed a range of hi vis cycling gear with a touch of glamour.
The UK’s Bang Bang Tents has developed a colorful camping tent equipped with its own solar-powered charge point.
Two apps — GoodSAM and PulsePoint — are enabling those with life-saving skills to receive alerts when an emergency happens close by.
Looking to engage young people with politics, Ask Amy is an app that uses artificial intelligence to provide kids with answers to their questions about the subject.
A UK design student has created Grow, a pair of sandals that can be adjusted to cater for bigger feet as children get older.
WeCycle lets cyclists track their journeys, pooling their data to create heat maps for city planners.
UK supermarket giant Sainsbury’s has now created the first outlet in the country to be powered solely through organic waste products.
Iconeme is trialing a smart mannequin service in the UK, enabling the static models to send store info and shopping suggestions to customer smartphones.