Lickestra is an art performance featuring ice cream that acts as a musical instrument when it’s licked.
Cuff is a collection of stylish jewelry products that come with a discreet and detachable Bluetooth module that, when pressed, lets friends and family know if wearers are in trouble.
Anti-Agency offers a roster of unusual, creative and punky models to give fashion campaigns a more ‘real’ edge.
Japan’s Shitsuren Box — which translates as Break Up Box — aims to soothe recipients’ broken hearts while also supporting pregnant women in developing countries.
Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, Sunsprite is a clip-on sensor that detects if wearers are getting enough sunlight.
Accidents happen all the time, and no one can predict when or whom they’ll strike…
Shout is an app through which users can buy and sell spots in line for new games consoles or a table at no-reservation restaurants.
Lightwave is a piece of wearable tech that delivers live crowd engagement data to DJs, helping them tailor their set in real time.
Citelighter automatically generates a citation for any web resource, along with a number of tools to help students organize their research.
ASAP54 is an app that taps both the crowd and fashion experts for clothing identification and personalized suggestions.
Lumen is the world’s first commercially available retro-reflective bicycle, offering greater safety at night through a coating that lights up in car headlights.
Innovations and updates from businesses previously featured on Springwise.
Tx.to is a startup that lets anyone print their favorite text message conversations onto decorative scrolls as a memento.
ArtRank aims to quantify the value of artists in the emerging fields of net.art and street art.
Acorns rounds up users’ purchases to the nearest dollar and automatically invests the difference in stocks of their choice.
The Netherland’s Vandebron lets consumers pick the type of green energy they’d like to buy, as well as where it comes from.
Drop is a smart kitchen scale that can adjust recipes on the fly if users put too much of one ingredient in.
Canada’s World Housing is using the ‘buy one, give one’ model to help build shelter for families in the poorest parts of the world.
Operating like a Waze for public transport, Israel’s Ototo app crowdsources real-time information from passengers to give users the best suggestions for their commute.
Flytenow is making air travel more affordable with ride sharing for small planes.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, Japan’s Moff is a smart bracelet that lets kids use any object as a toy in a number of imagination-based smartphone games.
PillPack mails any prescription direct to patients, conveniently organized, dated and refilled when necessary.