A new mask can add aroma, as well as the sensation of heat and cool, to VR headsets.
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The world’s thinnest interactive surface could bring huge breakthroughs for the immersive technology sector.
A US-based tech startup has created a new podcast experience that lets listeners interact with specific moments.
Startup creates new social robot that is intuitive, human-like and has an AI enabled conversation engine.
A German football club has launched a new website that is optimised specifically for poor internet connections.
UK researchers have created a world-first ultrasound levitation that can bend around obstacles and levitate small objects.
Headphones create a personalised listening experience by allowing users to test their hearing and tailor sound accordingly.
A new app for parents allows them to monitor their children’s screens and teach them responsibility.
A popular brand of chewing gum is using YouTube pre-roll ads to support emerging artists by pairing them with well-known musicians.
A US department store has launched in-store pop-up installations that will feature new brands on a temporary basis.
Mood lighting is inspired by the user’s mindset and the music they have chosen, enhancing listener engagement.
A London based design studio has created a museum installation of a huge airship that visitors will be able to operate using the power of their minds.
A games company has added new dimensions to the three-dimensional puzzle cube with sensors, connectivity and an app
Abhishek Singh used Google’s Tensorflow image recognition algorithms to convert sign language into speech and dictates Alexa’s response for deaf users.
A startup has produced a card game that enables users to find and play games using digital collectibles on the blockchain.
A fully automated app controlled robotic bar allows users to design their own drinks and watch the creative process.
A startup has created a new app that uses augmented reality to create and distribute avatars to enhance the football fan engagement.
A record-shaped cake uses an AR app that allows the consumer to choose a customizable song or message.
A new wearable display is flexible, shows full colour and claims to be the world’s thinnest.
A new shuttle service accepts singing as a form of payment to encourage festival goers to participate in a sustainable future.
New television advertising from British broadcaster uses artificial intelligence to place products alongside TV scenes that are relevant to their brand.
A new build-it-yourself cardboard robot is AI enabled and educates adults and children in robotics.