The Daily Table is a grocery store and restaurant which puts all of its food to use — whether it’s past its sell by date or not.
For those who have forgotten that important date, BloomThat picks, prepares and delivers fresh bouquets in under 90 minutes.
The Bulb Flashlight charges itself while in use to provide three hours of emergency light, and can even be disconnected and used as a torch.
Osaka-based Yamamoto Corporation has created an underwear and swimsuit set that is made of fabric that can block out the harmful effects of radiation.
Germany’s Sphyke C3N system offers a way to lock the individual components of a bike for extra security.
Backed by big data and the business nous of PayPal co-founder Max Levchin, Glow is an app that could truly increase the chances of pregnancy, and its creators are confident enough that they will pay for infertility treatment if it doesn’t.
Switzerland’s digitalSTROM is a system that uses small, intelligent blocks to turn any offline appliance into a smartphone-controlled device.
The LifeSaver hypodermic needle changes color once it’s been used to alert medical professionals.
Laservision’s Softstop is a projection that aims to stop drivers from ignoring stop signs by giving the illusion of a physical barrier across the road.
BleepBleeps is a kit of friendly characters that can help parents raise their children from conception to teenagehood.
The Peek Vision app enables roving doctors to give patients a full eye exam using their smartphones.
Stereopublic is a new project that hopes to map the quiet areas of urban environments, recruiting citizens to collect the sounds of those spaces.
The Sonic Foamer is a device that can give any beer a head in seconds, improving its aroma and taste.
The Stir Kinetic Desk automatically rises and falls to force workers to regularly stand up and stretch their muscles.
The Canvsly app is a way to digitize kids’ drawings, share them, and gain prizes for doing so.
The UK’s Open Hand Project has developed a 3D-printed, fully-functional robotic hand that retails for under USD 1,000.
myfab5 replaces reviews with a ranking system that gets users to choose their favorite 5 restaurants in each category and location.
Swiftly is a new resource for technophobes who need a quick digital design job completing in a couple of hours.
From Spain, the Xkuty is an electric scooter which automatically alerts relatives in the event of a crash, thanks to features such as smartphone control.
We caught up with Jessica O. Matthews, Co-founder and CEO of Uncharted Play, who spoke to us about the difficulties of succeeding with a socially beneficial product in the often dog-eat-dog world of business.
The Briggo is a vending machine that can create high-standard speciality coffees and takes orders from smartphones.
PiP is a photographic database of found dogs and cats that uses facial recognition technology to help match them with lost ones.