When viewed through the colAR augmented reality app, children see their colorings turned into animated, 3D characters.
GeneGame is a smartphone app that challenges users to form the best combinations of genes – aiding research in the area in the process.
The BillGuard app alerts users to suspicious charges in real time and allows them to keep in contact with merchants to resolve the issue wherever they are.
Teddy the Guardian is a soft toy that is embedded with sensors and delivers data on babies’ vital signs in a fun and playful way.
ARTtwo50 is a platform that sells original pieces for USD 250, with users able to see what it might look like in their home before buying.
InStyle Essentials is a new collection for women uses the Triofit system, which takes into account the wearer’s bra size when buying online.
We caught up with David Ingram – director and shareholder in Galvanic, the Ireland-based startup that created the PIP – to find out how he relaxes when he’s not helping others to do so.
SnapMyAd is an app that gains Instagram users rewards for letting brands use their smartphone shots in ad campaigns.
OnBeat Solar Headphones conveniently charge users’ devices at the same time as providing high quality sound.
The aeroSee project enables anyone to remotely help search and rescue missions by analyzing live images from a drone-mounted camera.
The UK’s Rubbee is a portable device that can be attached in under a minute to give regular push bikes electric power.
Virgin America has introduced Seat-to-Seat Delivery, a service that lets passengers send a free drink or snack to any other seat.
The Pee Analyser uses urinal cakes that detect alcohol levels in urine to let valets know which clubbers shouldn’t get in their car.
The iKnife is a surgical tool that can help doctors determine which cells are cancerous when cutting out a tumour.
Instacart is a personal shopping service that relies on multiple shoppers to deliver goods from a range of supermarkets and grocers.
Irish band Bell X1 has encased its new Chop Chop album in a practical chopping board, as well as opening pop-up shops that sell nothing but the release.
Petzila is a device that enables owners to remotely connect with their animals via voice and give them a treat when they’re at home on their own.
Serbia-based Warrantly is offering a platform for businesses to provide digital guarantees from the point of sale, and for customers to arrange repairs or replacements online.
The Be.e is an electric scooter that is demonstrating the possibility of creating robust vehicle frames out of organic materials.
The HotLogic Mini is a portable food container that can be plugged in and used as a cooker.
Online t-shirt store Dicky Ticker is enabling customers who aren’t happy with their purchase to receive a full refund and also keep the goods.
We caught up with Synqera CEO Kirill Gorynya to find out how he came up with the idea and the challenges involved in bringing it into existence.