Shoe company creates soles made from a sustainable plant-based material and encourages other companies to do the same.
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A new company allows people to rent designer furnishings and art
Chinese café chain features robotic arms instead of baristas
A new system could help people to never leave vital items at home
A new connected drink glass collects data and allows customers to order drinks without going up to the bar
The new design puts a modern twist on the long-held, traditional concept of funerals.
A new capsule packed with sensors has been developed to study the health of gut bacteria
Student innovation holds the solution to millennial kitchen traffic problems with this portable kitchen set.
This active footrest improves blood circulation and reduces muscle tension through movement.
A startup has created a new app that uses augmented reality to create and distribute avatars to enhance the football fan engagement.
This step-by-step kit teaches children how to code by immersing them in the well-loved magical world of Harry Potter.
An ARKit developer has enhanced the regular business card by adding AR and image tracking.
An easy-to-install hardware product can protect all devices in the home from surveillance that compromizes users security and identity.
The abandoned bridge houses over canals in Amsterdam have been converted into unique hotel rooms.
The new NASA-inspired sports bra adapts its fit to suit the changing needs of the wearer between active and relaxation periods.
A Japanese company has created hybrid chopsticks that use magnets to help those with motor skills issues pick up their food.
A new smart case uses sensor technology to detect when a phone is in free fall and immediately triggers a protection mechanism.
A partnership have developed the first blockchain game based on a global sports league with an aim to boost fan engagement.
A startup has successfully funded a new technology that provides peer-to-peer, real-time, location tracking without needing phones or internet connection.
An electric company has created an app to send live updates on carbon and electricity usages while also altering users when to switch things on and off.
A Belgian supermarket is creating the shortest supply chain possible by growing produce on its roof and selling it in-store an hour later.
A startup is using machine lear