Transport operator Ropid wants to introduce singles-only carriages to help travelers to meet potential partners on their commute.
Schoola aims to create connections between schools and nearby businesses to raise money for education while offering parents discounts on local goods.
Unicorn Graphics has created a technique for high quality printing on any surface.
The Emart supermarket has created a wifi-based flying store, enabling those within its range to buy products online.
The Couchers wants to turn home film watching into a social experience, by encouraging locals to invite others in the neighborhood round to join in.
Canada’s BITE lipstick laboratory is enabling women to create their own bespoke cosmetics in just ten minutes.
We caught up with the founder of France-based Hôpital Affinité to hear what inspired him to develop a social network that helps patients connect with each other during their hospital stays.
Helios handlebars integrate both performance tracking software and safety hardware into any existing bike.
The Seoul National University Bundang Hospital now offers a number of core services through patients’ smartphones.
Denmark’s Pop-Up Hotel aims to reappropriate vacant office space in the center of New York City and turn it into revenue-making hotels for travelers.
Revolv wants to offer a complete home automation system, managed through a single smartphone app.
The foc.us headset uses small electric currents to stimulate the brain of gamers to improve their performance.
Design firm Demner, Merlicek & Bergmann has replaced the traditional label on bottles of Stiegl beer with a free public transportation ticket in an effort to curb drink driving.
The Sensoria sock includes a sensor that can not only suggest exercise improvements, but also inform the wearer of bad running habits and track recovery from injury.
Waitbot wants to aggregate crowdsourced data to give consumers information about any waiting times for any business.
The BodyGuardian RMS is a smartphone-based system that continuously tracks the health of those with heart conditions and sends the data straight to doctors.
Patreon enables fans to automatically donate money each time online content creators upload a new piece of work.
Petcube is a camera and robotic laser that lets owners check up on their dog or cat when they’re out of the house, as well as play with them.
Routehappy aims to assist tourists who would rather ensure they traveled in comfort than take the most direct flight.
The Melon device tracks user focus to give data on the time of day and activities during which they concentrate best.
Retail store designers A+D have created a new service to help create lifesize virtual spaces for its clients.
UK-based Winerist aims to help lovers of the drink to find and book hotels and holiday packages in the world’s wine-producing regions.