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A new magazine ad, which can be used as a pregnancy test, has led to new advances in surface materials.
Expensive burials in Hong Kong have led an entrepreneur to adopt virtual reality technology to celebrate the deceased.
A Beijing architecture company have designed a bike farm to help the community grow produce without the need for land or space
Users simply call a webpage’s IP address and The Internet Phone reads content listed on the site in question.
The creation by Ukrainian firm Hochu Rayu is aimed at office workers who wants to concentrate in a noisy environment.
Innovative prosthetic makes picking up and gripping object easier.
Binky has no contributors as such and instead has an endless stream of posts ranging from a photo of sawdust to Diana Ross.
The robot features a head, two arms and a light and is part of an exhibition at the Evangelical Church in Hesse and Nassau, Germany.
A Danish beer company is making a new drink called Pisner with ingredients that are being fertilised from 50,000 litres of festival urine. Welcome to “Beercycling”.
Inventor Kehinde Durojaiye has created a ‘prototype’ vehicle in his Lagos, Nigeria, using material from the city’s trash dump.
Interactive tombstone created by a Slovenian company lets you digitally connect with your deceased relatives and loved ones.
Add / Remove We have seen new technologies developing around the world to make city transport more sustainable, from an electric scooter that can be unlocked by an app to a driverless 3D printed bus that gathers data via sensors for continuous adjustment of the route. This spring, Google Netherlands is introducing the first self-driving […]
New internet-connect mousetraps from Rentokil humanely departs captured mice, sending an alert when the trap has triggered.
Umer is a new Russian startup that allows the bereaved to organise funerals through an app.
EZ Teether is an adult teething device designed to ease the pain of wisdom teeth.
Comfortable for dogs to wear, the Piqapoo collects dog poo so owners don’t have to, making walks more pleasant and public spaces cleaner.
Drinks company launches No More Tea Bags, tea that comes in a spray can.
A partnership between insurance company More Th>n and artist Dominic Wilcox, the interactive exhibition included an open car window simulator.
The bod (Bad Online Date) app provides a real-time back-up plan for dates gone awry, geo-locating other potential matches who are close by.
AI-CD β is a robot that is being treated as an actual employee in an ad agency.
Here’s a list of the best Weird of the Week business ideas from the Springwise database — innovations that should be April Fools, but are actually real…except for one. Can you guess which?