XOX is using biometric wristbands to gauge real-time crowd reaction.
NYC-based Clean Cube offers secure package pick ups and drop offs alongside quick and easy dry cleaning services for those in apartment buildings.
Brothl is a soup kitchen that’s using food commonly considered as organic waste on its menu.
TowStop is a smart sticker that alerts car owners when a parking enforcer is about to tow their vehicle.
Italy’s Dot and Cross has created a range of furniture pieces that aim to serve kids from birth to teenagehood.
The Drop-A-Brick project wants Californians to place a rubber brick into their toilets to save water and money at home.
Japan’s governmental department GSI is creating software that will enable those with visual impairments to print out 3D versions of online maps.
XAPPmedia wants to turn Internet radio ads into a conversation, enabling listeners to take part in offers and discounts simply by speaking.
The SmartMat uses sensors to intelligently measure users’ yoga posture and balance to deliver personalized advice and help improve their practice.
Blrt is offering both real-time and anytime sharing of documents, with integrated drawing and voice commenting tools.