Yumit’s interactive plate detects when food is eaten, rewarding children with virtual currency they can spend on in-app games.
Target’s spooky, interactive videos and crowdsourced trick-or-treat map direct Halloween shoppers to its online store.
Evesham town collaborates with local business and Uber, to provide free rides home for those who are too drunk to drive.
#OneBigTweet will auction off a single, viral tweet — sent from many supporters’ account — to the highest corporate bidder, in order to raise money for charity.
French publishing company Short Edition prints out receipt-like short stories to encourage commuters to kill time by reading.
unPack deliver an inventory of essential items and clothing — starting from USD 29.99 — to users’ hotels, so they can go luggage-free.
CrowdSound taps into popular opinion by letting users vote on notes and lyrics to create an entirely crowdsourced song.
Software Secure uses facial recognition to monitor online examinations and flag up suspicious behavior.
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Amino Labs’ desktop bioengineering kit lets users culture living cells at home and explore the possibilities of synthetic biology.
Toyota’s ITS is an on-board system that enables cars to communicate with each other.
The Hong Kong branch of Rigby and Peller is using a smart fitting room mirror to help customers work out their ideal bra size.
The Lumiguide system uses cameras to monitor bicycle parks and informs cyclists of empty spaces.
VR postcards, from Marriott Hotels and Samsung, enable guests at select hotels to order in-room virtual reality travel experiences.
The Nameless Paint Set identifies each color tube by its pigment parts so to educate users about color theory.
Gensler Tower at PNC Plaza uses a passive ventilation system to control temperature, providing offices with fresh air and significantly reducing energy usage.
AdmitSee is a peer-to-peer service that offers college applicants and their parents an alternative to expensive admission consultants.
Edn is an educational wall hanging that grows multiple vegetables at once and teaches users about the process via a companion app.
Banquer is an educational banking platform, which uses virtual currency to teach school kids about interest rates, tax, and other real-world financial situations.
Taking the subscription model into the luxury market, Opulent Box is a USD 25,000 jewelry box subscription service.
Skurt lets visitors to LA order rental cars via a smartphone app and have it delivered by an agent at the arrivals terminal.
Hiroshima tourism board creates Cat Street View, which lets users traverse through unusual parts of Onomichi from a feline perspective.