The Geopure shower collects and filters its own greywater in a constant cycle to avoid wasting water.
Dreambox enables users to design an object and pick it up from an automated booth once it’s ready.
The ShowScoop Concerts app is enabling gig-goers to rate performances so fans can see if it’s worth spending time and money to see a band live.
The Turnyp app aims to help diners anywhere find local eateries that serve the food their diet allows.
Wellframe is an app that enables healthcare professionals to give patients with chronic conditions a program to follow once they leave hospital.
Seattle-based PHENOL55 is offering those interested in wine a place to store their collection off-site, as well as show it off to guests through the company’s iPad app.
Advertising agency Cheil has created movie posters which enable passersby to connect to the internet, watch the trailer and book tickets.
New York designer Asher Levine has turned to Bluetooth-enabled microchips as a means of keeping track of the items in his fashion line.
The founder of international relocation company, MOVE Guides, shares her experiences so far in getting a startup off the ground.
A recruitment campaign from Berrge Tattoo is getting artists to color in a code precisely enough to be able to unlock a link to apply for a job at the company.
The Scribe paper company has created the Scribe Billboard, a temporary home and advertisement hoarding for artists to live in while they design a commercial for the brand based on fans’ tweets.
TrustEgg provides a way for anyone to instantly set up a fund for their child without a large investment, as well as source help from the people around them.
The ELF is a partially covered, pedal-powered “velomobile” featuring cargo room and solar electric assist.
ShareBox is a new platform HR departments can use to foster connections and a sense of community among employees based on their personal hobbies and passions.
The Accessibility View project aims to use Google Maps and Street View to help disabled people find the most accessible routes through São Paulo.
The 3Doodler aims to bring 3D printing down to the handheld scale, with a pen that uses quick-cooling plastic to create hand-drawn 3D models.
Cover is doing away with the payment process in restaurants, enabling diners to eat and leave while their bill is sorted digitally.
It appears that vending machines for cabs may be the next frontier for the market, with both TaxiTreats and New Orleans Carriage Cab developing ways for passengers to buy products on the move.
OwnMutually enables users to share in the initial investment of an item as well as its subsequent use.
Canada-based platform Trashswag offers crowdsourced images and information about salvageable goods nearby.
WhaleALERT notifies shipping operators if the endangered species is nearby, allowing them to change their route or reduce their speed to avoid bothering or injuring them.
Belgium-based TagTagCity hopes to help people find out more about the venues and sites of interest in their vicinity through real-world scanning.