A robotic ironing machine saves users time on domestic chores and uses minimal electricity during a cycle.
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Designed in partnership with Formula 1 manufacturers, this graphene wheelchair is strong, durable and tailor made.
Springwise explores the world of opportunities open to us in the future through the current work of next-generation innovators.
A new social robot has been designed to reduce symptoms of anxiety and increase attention levels in kids with autism.
Crowdfunding now on Kickstarter, Halo by AEXOS supports the natural movement of the body but stiffens upon impact to improve neck stability. Campaign ends 13 September 2018.
Chinese café chain features robotic arms instead of baristas
A new system could help people to never leave vital items at home
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 Japanese company has created hybrid chopsticks that use magnets to help those with motor skills issues pick up their food.
A startup has successfully funded a new technology that provides peer-to-peer, real-time, location tracking without needing phones or internet connection.
A sensor-enabled bracelet alerts users and designated friends if the intoxicated wearer is unlikely to be able to give fair consent.
One of China’s leading technology companies introduces a mini, wall-mounted washing machine that is quiet and a space and energy saver.
A new debit card is made using a rare heavy metal to remind users to save and invest with every purchase.
An artificial intelligence and robotics startup has announced its plans to release a pair of AR glasses that is powered with an internal processor, Bluetooth and WiFi.
A new build-it-yourself cardboard robot is AI enabled and educates adults and children in robotics.
Researchers have developed a film that can cloak thermal radiation by cutting down the infrared radiation which surfaces would normally emit.
The second instalment of our ‘Future of Work’ series considers ways to overcome the challenge of maintaining productivity in the modern workplace, ranging from innovative and customisable desks to AI monitoring systems.
A new smartphone attachment uses augmented reality and a laser emitter to turn your phone into a measuring tool.
An updated version of a popular assistive technology device uses AI to read printed text and distinguish faces for users with limited vision.
Using your location, calendar and the weather forecast, a new connected smart hanger recommends suitable outfits for you to wear.
A new fitness tracker and sleep monitoring wearable can help locate users’ phones and connects with Amazon’s Alexa for smart assistant functionalities.