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A new gestural controller allows hands-free control on devices without cameras.
A fashion company is marketing a new sneaker with soles made from recycled gum.
US-based researchers are using low cost 3D printers to print electronics and cells directly onto a moving human hand.
A new sustainable design of sneakers are made from a combination of cork, natural rubber, recycled bottles and fungus.
A California biotech company has devised a vegan leather made from mushroom mycelium
A clothing range has built-in sensors to track heart activity which can be sent to any smartphone device.
A clothing retailer is introducing an AR experience to encourage retail customers into their stores.
Colour-changing tattoos can monitor health using biosensors patterned into the skin.
A new contact lens releases medication to both the front and back of the eye and can be worn for two weeks.
A company that specializes in outdoor gear has designed a new all-black clothing range to keep wearers safe at night.
A South African social enterprise is helping disabled unemployed through upcycling projects.
New laser reduces the number of steps in the finishing process for jeans and cuts chemical waste.
France-based startup patents technology for smart shoes that reduce the need for other wearables and helps industrial workers keep in touch via toe-tapped codes.
A womenswear brand is offering free life coaching sessions with every purchase to help women gain more confidence and empowerment
The jacket is equipped with a thermostat that allows wearers to use a voice connected feature to control it.
This patent-pending design for tights uses the same materials found in bulletproof vests and is snag-proof, allowing for at least 50 wears.
New platform works with socially conscious brands and individuals creating handmade products.
Using facial recognition technology, these smart glasses are helping police to track criminals.
This temporary tattoo lets wearers know when their skin has absorbed too much sun.
People who experience excessive sweating can now use an app-linked device to help control and manage the condition.
An outdoor clothing brand takes experiential shopping to the next level with an extreme weather room