Motor insurance company RAC has developed the Attention Powered Car, a vehicle that detects when drivers are becoming distracted and slows it to a stop.
Frameri has created a system that lets spectacle wearers easily swap the frames that hold their prescription lenses.
A new site called CowFab sees 3D printing facilities competing to work on designers’ projects by offering the best deal.
Former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart is now using an EEG headset to create thought-controlled visuals and music for concert dates on his band’s Superorganism tour.
In the state of Minnesota, the GPS Tune-up Bike is a roving service station that cyclists can find through their smartphone.
Cinch offers complex video editing capabilities for smartphones, as well as tips on how to get the perfect shot.
The Prep Pad is a weighing scale that can determine the exact nutritional content of the meal being prepared, as well as tracking users’ eating habits.
The car manufacturer’s eKurzinfo app enables A1 and A3 owners to identify up to 300 different parts of their car, as well as receive augmented reality instructions on how to operate them.
The Paris Regional Tourism Council has launched a new program called Do You Speak Touriste, which offers business owners advice on how to communicate with visitors of different world countries.
We spoke to the co-founder and CMO of Figure1 to find out how he juggles his role as an entrepreneur while still serving as an on-call hospital physician.
Yahoo! Japan has created Hands On Search, a machine that allows users to search by voice and receive a result in 3D-printed form.
Hope Soap features an encased toy inside, which can only be used if children wear down the soap by washing their hands regularly.
The LumiFold is a small portable 3D printer that can be folded away when not in use.
The Lume collection of clothing incorporates LEDs whose color can be controlled via a smartphone.
The Pretentious Beer Company has created the Dual Beer Glass, a receptacle designed especially for a drink known as a ‘half and half’.
The Four Seasons Taste Truck is a roving restaurant that offers passersby a taste of the haute cuisine available to the hotel chain’s booking guests, as well as unique events.
Russia’s Instabank is an entirely app-based bank that uses Facebook and Foursquare data to make money transfers and bill tracking easier.
Marriott Australia’s This City My Way scheme is a teen concierge program that uses social networks such as Instagram and Kik to guide young adults around the city they’re visiting.
The Polly platform is a fun voice-based cell phone game that also acts as a tool to market job opportunities to those with poor literacy.
Muzik headphones feature a button that lets users immediately share the song they’re listening to with Facebook friends.
KidZania Mumbai has teamed up with India’s YES BANK to get visitors roleplaying as bank tellers in order to teach them about the finance skills they will need later in life.
UK company Lignacite has developed the Carbon Buster, a building block that is actually carbon negative.