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An artist has created an exhibition featuring working electronic devices knitted using metal threads.
Researchers have developed a film that can cloak thermal radiation by cutting down the infrared radiation which surfaces would normally emit.
An integrated smart cane uses ultrasonic sensors to alert users of obstacles and to allow independent mobility for visually impaired.
Researchers have developed a packaging film made from clay nanotubules that can keep food fresh for longer.
Designed by Hakan Gürsu of Designnobis, this emergency shelter provides natural light and collects rainwater.
Turkish jeweler Tasarim Takarim turns photos of children’s drawings into gold or silver jewelry or small sculptures.
A team from Turkey’s Koc University have developed a salt-embedded material that could keep roads from freezing over.
Each pair of UNDO Laces offsets the carbon footprint of manufacturing one pair of shoes.
Turkish startup Lopeca enables users to ‘see’ the world via remote smartphone video tours from locals.
Vizera is leveraging AR to enable customers to virtually visualize products in a range of different designs.
Turkish Airlines is introducing its Invest on Board program, enabling investors to discover and support new businesses while they travel.
Globetrotters with leftover foreign currency can now exchange their cash for Bitcoin through Gibraltar-based Travelers Box.
TBWA\Instanbul is using EEG technology in its AdLove initiative to determine just how passionate potential interns really are about the role.
A recruitment campaign from Berrge Tattoo is getting artists to color in a code precisely enough to be able to unlock a link to apply for a job at the company.
Locals can now import items that are hard to get hold of by requesting that incoming tourists bring them from outside through PleaseBringMe.com.
AMS Mekatronic’s Tek RMD is a ‘Robotic Mobilization Device’ which enables paraplegic people to sit or stand with no outside help.
Add / Remove Hard on the heels of our story about Kuponomi comes word of yet another Turkish site focusing on “deal a day” opportunities. Rather than helping consumers sell their unused coupons, however, Saklisehir focuses on offering up daily opportunities to enjoy goods and services specific to Turkish and Ottoman culture. A creation of […]
Add / Remove You know a concept is becoming mature when the add-on and feeder services begin to emerge. Case in point? Kuponomi, a Turkish site that lets consumers resell the “deal a day” coupons they bought but didn’t get a chance to use. Now serving Istanbul, Izmir, Ankara, Bursa and Antalya, Kuponomi is a […]
Add / Remove Much the way Crowdbeacon offers location-specific advice supplied by the crowds, so Wizard Istanbul aims to help guide tourists in Turkey’s largest city. Via the web, Facebook and Twitter, the crowdsourced site operates 24/7 to bring users immediate and free answers to all their questions about Istanbul. A dedicated form is available […]
Add / Remove Our sister-site trendwatching.com’s latest briefing focuses on the EXCEPTIONALL, highlighting the fact that exceptional B2C innovations will increasingly come from all corners of the globe, with brands and talent from emerging markets getting ready to shine. The briefing is full of fun examples, here are five to get you started: CHINA | […]
Add / Remove We’ve covered taxis for women in the past, and have noticed that the concept is spreading. The latest incarnation we spotted is Turkey’s Pudracar. Instead of offering women lower rental rates, which many mainstream rental companies do, Pudracar provides an upgraded service that’s undeniably feminine. A fleet of pink BMW 3 Series […]