New software allows smart caption glasses for the hearing impaired to synch up exactly with theatre performances.
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A robotic ironing machine saves users time on domestic chores and uses minimal electricity during a cycle.
Headphones create a personalised listening experience by allowing users to test their hearing and tailor sound accordingly.
A new service allows users to send their Facebook posts as promotional email newsletters.
A new ventilation system controls room temperature, tracks air quality and reduces energy use.
A Danish company has developed a robotic construction system that fits inside a shipping container and can be controlled through an app.
A new app for parents allows them to monitor their children’s screens and teach them responsibility.
A social media platform is collaborating with a professional soccer league to produce innovative new ways to share live matches.
A startup has developed a cloud-based, machine learning SaaS platform that enables users to build their own models without having to code.
A Chinese company has created a way for shoppers to save money by buying together.
A shoe brand is using a messaging app to add direct-to-customer personalisation online while also engaging with millennials and Gen Z luxury consumers.
A silent discrete breast pump that fits into a nursing bra enables mothers to pump with convenience and privacy.
A new social platform offers a better way for people to share content without ads.
Startup that allows users to invest in portfolio playlists wants to be the ‘Spotify for investment’.
A US company has created sensors that identify the cognitive and emotional state of a user by measuring their breathing.
Wearable fitness trackers are continuously enhanced thanks to technological advances in material design and sensors. It’s no longer enough to measure steps and active minutes. Find out how fitness trackers have evolved and how they’re now been used in our latest Tech Explained.
A new company gives students access to hundreds of thousands of online textbooks for a monthly fee.
A new app for ridesharing allows drivers and customers to negotiate a price for their journey fare.
The world’s first 3D body scanner designed for home use is available for purchase.
Fashion is a part of everyone’s lives, whether they involve themselves consciously or not. The global fashion industry is worth 3,000 billion USD, 2 percent of the world’s entire GDP. With such a weighty importance both financially and personally across the globe, it is vital for fashion brands and companies to stay relevant in the modern world. Innovations in this sector have therefore never been more exciting. From smart clothing designed to monitor the health of the wearer to creative ways to capture consumer loyalty, the possibilities are endless. The varied nature of fashion means that innovative thinking can lend itself to retail solutions, wearable tech, sustainable fabrics, and more. Note: in order to read all the listed articles, a Springwise Access account is required.
An AR app allows users to view videos that leap off the page of a print newspaper.
A charity has created a sensor kit that assesses the health of a house by measuring cold and mould levels.