A bottle uses Bluetooth technology to tell you when you are properly hydrated
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Colours could become a unique way of creating music through a ring-style wearable instrument.
A new product could allow people to conduct their own eye tests at home.
A new e-ink keyboard can be customised for individual users to allow for more flexible ways of working.
The ability to control a drone with just one hand could be a reality, thanks to an Australian startup.
A new mask can add aroma, as well as the sensation of heat and cool, to VR headsets.
A winter sports helmet can automatically detect when a user falls, sending distress signals, and allows for simple long-distance group communication.
This innovation could open up possibilities for the visually impaired that many take for granted everyday.
A new design of bikes hopes to influence user’s habits and behaviours by taking up less space on city streets.
A new tape measure connects to an app to allow an audio read-out of the measurements.
This simple yet smart technology could help several different areas of society read with greater ease and independence.
A prototype allows doctors to remotely monitor the performance and comfort of prosthetics.
The latest Gen-I feature showcases the best of student innovations seeking to solve some of the most-pressing humanitarian challenges, from helping users in flooding situations to supporting mobility for the ageing population.
This wearable device uses ultrasound technology to predict when users will need to go to the bathroom.
An Australian startup is changing the way travellers check in to hostels with a smart lock system.
An app-controlled wearable can detect hidden high voltage points and warn users with vibrations, in addition to storing detailed information of incidents for supervisors.
A new intragastric balloon can be implanted without the need for expensive surgery.
An affordable smart air vent is designed to replace airbricks in homes, using weather data to open or close for efficient heating without compromising air quality.
Headphones create a personalised listening experience by allowing users to test their hearing and tailor sound accordingly.
Our latest Tech Explained looks at how Bluetooth technology can connect wirelessly to devices, and what are the benefits and pitfalls of using it.
The world’s first 3D body scanner designed for home use is available for purchase.
A number of major electronics companies are working to develop a screen that is bendable – how are they doing it? Find out more in our latest Tech Explained.