As part of a marketing drive to show how natural the ingredients for Camp Nectar fruit juice are, ad agency AGE isobar came up with a novel way to make the actual fruit look like the brand’s cartons.
Discover & Deliver hunts down the accessories adorning rooms in some of the world’s most luxury hotels and delivers them to customers’ doors.
Developed in the Netherlands, Your Smart Butler allows customers to view sit-down restaurants’ menus and place their order solely using their smartphones and QR code technology.
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A Kenyan entrepreneur has developed a tiny chip of thin crystals, insertable in the sole of any shoe, which can gather and store energy as the wearer walks.
French restaurant Mon Histoire dans l’assiette has created a menu that is entirely free of 11 of the most common allergens, reducing worry for those unable to eat certain products.
San Francisco-based Open Garden is looking to boost mobile broadband coverage by sharing devices’ connectivity in densely populated areas using peer-to-peer technology.
We catch up with Daniel Noonan who is the founder of Pikup, a web platform that allows artists to receive a fair cut of profits based on their fan’s listening habits.
Designed to blend into its surroundings so as not to ruin the view, Treehotel in Sweden is now making its glassed tree-top hotel room, Mirrorcube, available for mail order purchase.
Japanese Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a mobile app, Color Frame, designed to help users track the condition of their skin over time.
Developed in Denmark and Sweden, the Son-X Octavia uses sensors to reward swing users for completing challenges.
UK-based eco media agency CURB has helped Clear Channel to encase living flowers inside advertising shelters in a campaign for allergy relief brand Piri.
Targeting “kids who make,” DIY aims to give creative children an online space to celebrate and share their creations.
Swiss company Empa has created a new bulletproof vest with built-in air conditioning, designed to make protective gear more comfortable.
Aiming to be the world’s most ethical chocolate bar, the Gru Grococo is fairly traded, organic, non-profit, sustainable and carbon-neutral, with a price to match.
Located close to Silicon Valley, Blueseed aims to be the first offshore floating startup community for firms whose employees do not have US work permits.
UK-based Duke Studios has created ten studio offices constructed out of Dufaylite’s Ultra Board, a building material that’s strong yet fully sustainable and recyclable.
The new Audi e-bike Wörthersee features a 2.3kW electric motor and an onboard computer that can connect to a smartphone, offering challenges and tips.
Online medical practice Dr Ed is launching a new service which will provide Londoners with contraceptive pills by bike within two hours of ordering.
The UK’s Cottage Lodge features a pedal-powered TV in one of its green-minded guest rooms.
New wallpaper technology developed by Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble can block wifi signals being broadcast outside of the user’s vicinity.
A risky advertising campaign cooked up by agency ONIRIA/TBWA has seen two pizzerias in Paraguay provide a deliberately slow service to help customers begin to understand those affected by hunger.