A nifty app could save many users awkward embarrassments at large events and gatherings.
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A South Korean startup has developed a lightweight, low-cost Braille printer that fits in a pocket.
This innovation could open up possibilities for the visually impaired that many take for granted everyday.
This intelligent student design could save disabled air passengers time and discomfort when flying.
A new tape measure connects to an app to allow an audio read-out of the measurements.
A prototype bottle can melt snow for drinking water using only human power.
This simple yet smart technology could help several different areas of society read with greater ease and independence.
This innovative backpack design helps reduce debilitating health repercussions for manual labourers.
This technology could make traditional chargers obsolete and radically impact major industries.
A sipping device helps users to train their tongues to swallow less and to discourage overeating and improve sleep.
This virtual desk space could radically change how we use our smartphones.
An artist has created a calendar that helps users keep track of their goals and accomplishments.
In an event of a fire a new smart device can help direct firefighters to those most in need of rescue.
Simple mechanical tools can turn many home appliances into smart devices.
A visualisation specialist at a US university has created a 3D printed tactile map for people who are blind or have visual impairments.
A robotic ironing machine saves users time on domestic chores and uses minimal electricity during a cycle.
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