The Problem Solver beer claims to help drinkers reach their creative peak, so long as they don’t drink too much.
Online life insurance company Beagle Street has launched its Positive Prints campaign, which brightens up policy documents with artworks by noted illustrators.
Tab a Doctor is a community that enables patients to liaise with doctors and hospitals in neighboring countries, as well as arrange appointments.
Breathe is a wearable sensor that helps users keep track of pollution levels wherever they are.
Modio is an app that makes it easy for kids to bring their own imagination to life in the form of a 3D printed superhero or monster figure, based on their own design.
The Bizzby Sky drone is capable of carrying up to 500g, enabling individuals to send and receive small items across crowded cityscapes.
Solaris is an energy-rich tobacco plant soon to be harvested by South African Airlines — looking to provide a new, greener, biofuel for their fleet.
NuDown garments feature inflatable air chambers, enabling the wearer to pump them up for extra insulation should the weather become colder, or release the gas if it’s becoming too warm.
We’ve seen 3D printed maps, shoes and even 3D printed urns, but this next innovation may have just trumped them all…
Telecoms company O2 has created a Christmas card with an integrated SIM, capable of making a call between sender and recipient.
LittleBits Smart Home Kit is enabling anyone to make their entire home smart using their existing appliances and without any programming skills.
Wishbone Design Studio’s Recycled Edition bike is made entirely of recycled carpet and is designed to be adjusted when kids outgrow it.
Kangu is a crowdfunding site that lets backers send their money to specific individuals who otherwise run the risk of dying during childbirth.
An app called Grate is enabling diners to evaluate the serving quality of individual servers at the restaurants they visit.
The Charlie Cart Project has developed a mini, portable kitchen that’s equipped with all the equipment needed to teach children how to cook.
A group of researchers has developed a biodegradable drone made out of mushrooms, that decomposes naturally if it breaks in an unreachable location or doesn’t need returning.
Food brand Knorr has launched its Receitas de Familia scheme, which lets anyone snap a handwritten recipe to have it turned into a typographic instructional poster.
Spotslet is using social media techniques to help colleagues share links and info only with those who are interested.
Australia’s Kini Swimwear lets customers design their own bikinis while also helping them to pick items that will complement their physique.
Medigo is a Berlin-based company that helps users plan their medical tourism trips, with clinic reviews and information.
Fabulous Noble is enabling anyone to upload a photo of themselves and have it turned into an affordable, personalized portrait by an expert artist.
The Luce X2 Touch TV vending machine uses facial recognition and customers’ medical records to determine if they should be allowed to buy an unhealthy snack.