Crowdsync matches multiple videos taken at the same time and location, enabling viewers to use the footage to direct their own version.
Little Book Club sends kids three brand new books each month, tailored to the child’s current age and reading level.
The Boston Globe newspaper is leasing out its unused real estate to local businesses and art projects.
DropTag monitors a package’s condition en route and alerts users if it has been dropped, shaken or otherwise mishandled.
South Korea-based Moneual has created the SCS1000 wristwatch, which could help those who are hard of hearing become more aware of their surroundings.
We catch up with the two founders of Robohand, a project that creates inexpensive prosthetics, to find out how their not-for-profit initiative is coming along.
The University of Virginia’s PureMadi filter is made mostly out of local materials and can be constructed by workers in the local communities.
Decolabs allows homeowners to overlay furniture items onto their physical rooms, before gaining approval from the community and purchasing the products.
Food Genius is a platform that lets food and drink vendors quickly put together a dish concept and see how much the average consumer would pay for it.
Energy company NRG Solar has installed photovoltaic panels at a school playground in New Orleans.
Putting the customer first pays off, as these examples from the auto industry show.
The Boarder Kontrol helps new snowboarders gain confidence by providing a removable braking device.
Apna Chaupal is a voice-based service through which rural consumers can get locally tailored information by calling a toll-free line.
Scientists at Stanford University have developed peel-and-stick solar panels, which can be attached to any surface.
“n” is a musical project by Uruguayan artist Jorge Drexler that’s designed to enable smartphone and tablet users to transform the songs.
Splash has created a stylish version of the usually dreary utility to appeal to nearby students.
Coffee Who uses smart algorithms to pair up employees of large companies for one-on-one coffee dates, with the aim of fostering collaboration and boosting morale.
Tagtool is an iPad app that allows users to create digital graffiti and then project it on any surface, wall or building.
The Hello Lamp Post! project in the UK is using existing codes on street furniture as a way for residents to start up a text message conversation with the object.
Umano is a service that delivers the news read aloud by professional actors, which could be particularly useful for the visually impaired.
Rather than using up fresh resources to produce its bikes, Lola Madrid sources the materials for its Bicycled model from scrapped motors.
As well as lunch and wifi, the Qusca Sleeping Café offers space for women to rest and refresh during their working day.