The PIP is a device that senses stress when held in the hand and can be used to control video game characters that teach users how to manage their anxiety.
We caught up with Leor Grebler, co-founder of the Unified Computer Intelligence Corporation, to discover why the startup behind the Ubi is taking its time to get the product right.
Billboard Brasil magazine’s Fan Check Machine inspects the tracks on users’ iPhones to determine if they deserve a free copy.
The Slice A Recipe cookbook enables kitchen amateurs to practice their knife skills, as it needs to be carefully sliced open in order to be read.
Uniqul uses facial recognition technology to enable consumers to pay without their wallet.
A small wearable patch that can keep mosquitoes away for up to 48 hours.
Sketchfab is aiming to do for 3D fabrication what Youtube did for video, enabling designers to publish, share and embed their files in a visual and interactive way on any website.
Easynest enables solo tourists to pick a partner to share their hotel room in order to take advantage of reduced rates.
Spain-based Gourmet Bus combines both food and sightseeing, offering haute cuisine at the same time as a trip around some of Barcelona’s landmarks.
Match is a color-coded cooking prep system that provides a way to guide autistic people of any age through the preparation of a meal.
Station to Station is a cargo train that will house collaborative works from a curated list of artists as it travels from coast to coast.
Sellbox wants to provide a way for anyone to sell downloads of digital files direct from their Dropbox or Google Drive accounts.
Parking Mobility is an app that empowers disabled people to report abuse of reserved spaces, while also raising money for relevant charities.
Foresee is an app that informs users of the most opportune moments for a range of activities, to help them best plan their time.
KeyMe is a kiosk that enables anyone to cut a new copy of their house key from a digital file stored in the cloud.
Aiming to raise awareness about its sustainable fishing practices, the Harney Sushi restaurant includes edible QR codes on its meals.
Innovations and updates from businesses previously featured on Springwise.
MYO is a piece of wearable tech that detects muscle configuration to enable users to remotely control any device with arm movements.
@SummerBreak is the first reality series that is broadcast solely on social media feeds, enabling followers to interact with the characters.
YO! Sushi has developed the iTray, a flying robot that enables restaurants to send food to diners’ tables.
VascoDe has created a platform that enables any cell phone to use advanced web applications such as Facebook, Twitter and Skype.
South Carolina may introduce electronic licence plates that use electronic ink to signal when a car is stolen, suspended or uninsured.