Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, LifeTip is a tag that can be attached to bras in order to detect heart attacks and immediately alert emergency services.
LiveLight uses machine learning and algorithms to automatically edit video reels into a montage of the most interesting clips.
MuniRent wants to encourage city councils to take advantage by pooling their resources and lending them to each other.
Singapore’s Digify is taking cues from Mission Impossible by offering a file sharing service that deletes documents after custom time periods.
Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, TouchPico is a device that can wirelessly project an 80″ display from Android smartphones, with a touch interface.
Rebel Nell is turning pieces of graffitied wall from the city — considered an eyesore by some — into luxury jewelry pieces, while also helping disadvantaged women.
UK-based Osper is a prepaid debit card for pocket money that gives 8-18 year olds independence while providing parents with tools to track their spending.
Kite Bricks wants to create buildings more quickly and cheaply by using concrete blocks that slot together like Lego.
Numerics is an app that simplifies and customizes business analytics, making it easier for companies to track their numbers using mobile devices.
Faraday Café uses a unique architectural design to create a space where all phone and wifi signals are blocked.
Freewavz are fitness earphones that combine wireless technology with in-built exercise tracking capabilities and audio feedback.
Victorian Opera in Melbourne has piloted a series of performances that cater for the needs of young kids with autism.
Mobile operator StarHub’s #4Good campaign enables customers to gift excess data from their monthly tariffs to projects using technology for positive causes.
The Fit Sessions in the UK is hoping to entice alternative music fans — not typically the most sporty types — to keep fit by bouncing along to the indie genre’s more upbeat tracks.
AppyParking is an app that details paid and non-paid parking spaces in real time, as well as factors such as congestion charges and special restrictions.
Streetside public dog toilets in northeastern Spain are giving pooches the same luxury as humans when it comes to spending a penny.
Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport has installed desks that enable passengers to charge their devices through pedal power while they wait for their plane.
Paris Picnic is a service that lets customers enjoy all the trappings of a French picnic by the Seine — or anywhere — with just an hour’s notice.
Jibo is a friendly robot that uses facial recognition and natural language processing to offer personal assistance in the home, and perhaps become a new member of the family.
Swedish gallery Kosta Boda has held An Auction Based on Emotions, which sold glass sculptures only to those who had the most intense emotional reaction.
Brazil-based Penguin-Companhia’s Tweet For a Read campaign has created a bookmark that can detect if readers haven’t opened their novel recently and tweets a reminder to pick it back up.
Tuna Knobs aim to bring the tactile control of mixing desks to tablets, with attachable buttons that work with multiple DJ apps.