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Design student has developed a way of using the kombucha process to produce edible food packaging.
A cookery kit created by a graduate student encourages neighbours in Poland who often feel isolated to communicate and socialize with one another.
A new beer label combines NFC, AR and facial recognition technology to create a unique customer experience in connected products.
Paper containing glucose and honey plant seeds can help protect bee populations from declining.
A print advert includes instructions for testing the efficacy of home ventilation units to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
The project focuses on a new type of disaster shelter inspired by origami that uses a balloon to self-deploy in most terrains.
A touch sensitive keyboard and app are making it easier for people with mobility impairments to use the internet.
Using the university information system and voice navigation, this app creates personalized routes and alerts for blind students.
Poland-based firm has created an intelligent waste bin capable of separating recyclables on site, as well as storing data in the cloud.
A Polish startup has developed a light and portable spherical microphone that simplifies multi-track recording.
Insurance firm AXA has dreamt up a cycling bell that emits a regular bell warning, and taps into surrounding cars’ radios and comes out of the speakers.
Polish-based startup Userfeeds is developing a system to help make the algorithms that rank and promote online news transparent and trustworthy.
A new music instrument that works like a barrel organ, allowing children to create endless variations of melody and rhythm, alone and in teams.
The Idea Bank Group’s latest fintech project is Happy Miles, a pay-as-you-drive car leasing scheme for individuals and companies in Poland.
In Poland, scientists have developed a flying robot that can navigate its own path to pollinate flowers and crops.
Development company created the VRidge software and app to stream virtual reality games from a computer to a smartphone.
A phosphorescent blue section of bike path in Lidzbark Warminski, Poland, is charged by the sun, and designers expect it to work for up to 20 years.
Poland’s In Utero 3D is providing blind parents with the opportunity to see their unborn baby via a bas-relief of the mother’s ultrasound scan.
The Theraflu Thermoscanner takes a selfie of passers-by, so they can determine whether or not they have a fever.
FindBed enables customers to book a hotel room at a rate of their choice.
Tylko’s Context View enables users to ‘see’ the furniture in their home before they buy, and design bespoke pieces via AR.