Posts Categorized: Hungary

New toy range teaches kids about sea pollution

Conservation society Sea Shepherd has released the Pollutoys, a line of plush toys that show children the effects of plastic pollution on marine life.

Smart bracelet has infinite changeable designs

Tago Arc is a cuff bracelet with an E ink surface, which syncs with the user’s smartphone to display any black and white design the wearer desires.

DIY shoes can be assembled and customized at home

Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, PIKKPACK is a range of shoes that use just three pieces of material to enable anyone to assemble and customize them.

Tryvertising comes to Budapest with a new members-only store

Add / Remove Regular readers of Springwise may remember our article on the Sample Lab tryvertising store in Japan. Now, following a major rebranding exercise, and having renamed to Sample Central, that same company is planning to bring the same experience to Hungary’s Budapest, with a new membership-based store. The first European Sample Central store […]

Event-driven travel search asks when, not where

Add / Remove Hungarian travel site Joobili believes that timing is everything when it comes to planning a trip. Instead of asking users where they want to go, Joobili provides would-be travellers with inspiration by asking them when they want to schedule a trip, and then offers information about festivals, parties, sports events and other […]

Drive-in mobility

Add / Remove Made in Hungary, the Kenguru is a small vehicle that drivers can roll into without leaving their wheelchairs. Designed by Zsolt Varga, Kenguru is small, stylish and cheerful vehicle whose contours are similar to those of a Smart car. But the resemblance stops there. Made to hold one passenger in a manual […]