Smart backpack features a wealth of connected qualities.
This innovative app encourages donating to homeless people through cashless transactions.
Springwise explores the world of opportunities open to us in the future through the current work of next-generation innovators.
University research project aims to highlight potential dangers of facial analysis technology.
This smart wristband has a biosensor that can count particles in the bloodstream.
The new design puts a modern twist on the long-held, traditional concept of funerals.
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.
This step-by-step kit teaches children how to code by immersing them in the well-loved magical world of Harry Potter.
Portable tracker delivers water quality data in real time that could defend against flash floods and algae blooms.
The new NASA-inspired sports bra adapts its fit to suit the changing needs of the wearer between active and relaxation periods.
As part of the new Generation Innovators (Gen-I) series, Springwise visited the Dyson School of Engineering’s exhibition to scout out the future generation of inventors.
Student researchers have developed a smart mirror that monitors malignant moles using machine learning algorithms.
A startup has successfully funded a new technology that provides peer-to-peer, real-time, location tracking without needing phones or internet connection.
High end clothing brand uses smart tags to allow users to collect points as they wear items.
Wearable tech company launches dedicated chipset for 4G kids’ smartwatches to meet the evolved needs of connected families.
Major airline launches new feature that offers users an interactive, pre-flight VR tour of their aircraft.
Researchers have developed a stretchable conductive material that could facilitate advances in wearable electronics and durable biomedical implants.
An immersive experience that tells a father and son’s story about coming to terms with dementia.
London-based startup hopes to manipulate the third most reactive sense – touch – as part of its project’s offering.
The technology helps users navigate data by grabbing and interacting with it.
UK fashion brand is incorporating AR software to offer an alternative shopping experience for its customers