Film Crew enables professional filmmakers to crowdsource smartphone footage from anyone wanting to join the crew and earn a credit.
Brolly’s distinctive umbrella handle has been designed to enable owners to stay dry and use their smartphone at the same time.
The Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel in Vancouver is launching a Bike Butler service, giving cyclists help in exploring the local surroundings.
The Water Bench is a Dutch-Chinese innovation that puts the furniture to work during heavy rain, collecting rainwater to irrigate the parks they sit in during drier spells.
Turkish Airlines is introducing its Invest on Board program, enabling investors to discover and support new businesses while they travel.
Portuguese startup My Little Garden turns used bottles into plant holders that help homeowners and businesses grow their own herbs.
Globetrotters with leftover foreign currency can now exchange their cash for Bitcoin through Gibraltar-based Travelers Box.
We caught up with the Project Director of the Vermont Sail Freight Project to discover why he wants to turn the typical view of sail freight from an old-timey novelty to a valid way to help save the world.
StepJockey is a project that raises awareness of the benefits of taking the stairs through smart labels that detail how many calories can be lost by climbing them.
Qylatron is a device that scans visitors and their possessions as they automatically check themselves in and out of buildings such as stadiums and train stations.
Hailing from South Korea, the 5aver helps evacuation from fire by providing breathable air, light and an alarm within 5 seconds of activation.
Huggies has created the Tweet Pee, a device that connects to parents’ smartphones and lets them know when their baby’s diaper needs changing.
Israel-based Pounce uses image recognition to enable users to instantly buy items by scanning the page of a magazine or catalog.
Lock8 is a bike accessory currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter — offering keyless unlocking, location tracking and access sharing.
The Video Stamp enables consumers to attach a recorded video message to the physical envelopes they send.
Luhu is a new service that gives members a digital badge that indicates if they have a clean bill of sexual health — or if they haven’t had a check-up for a while.
Breathable tea, created by Camellia’s Tea House in the UK, is now enabling tea lovers to experience their favorite drink in a new way.
The UK’s Cinime offers rewards to cinemagoers for interacting with content and competing in quizzes before and after movie showings.
Glove Love couples single gloves from lost property boxes and handstitches them to create a brand new pair.
The UK’s Funkybod is a t-shirt padded in the right areas to instantly turn slight guys into buff men.
The Hövding — a wearable airbag for cyclists, packed away while riding and activated in the event of a crash — can now be ordered for EUR 399.
Mobile Movies is screening both entertaining and educational films to enrich and inform the lives of those living in remote areas.