The Top Ten Innovation Report for July
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This a free sample of the Top Ten Innovation Report — a digestible run down of the best innovations from the last four weeks. Published monthly, along with the Innovation Culture Bulletin, these reports are a quick and pain free way to stay up to date on the latest innovations, and are included as a part of a Springwise Access account.
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Ultrahaptics is a virtual interface which enables users to experience ‘phantom’ tactile sensations in mid-air with their bare hands.
FoPo is a nutritious powder made from market fruit that has been freeze-dried just before it expires, in order to help reduce food waste.
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Ideal Impact mobilizes inspired readers, pointing them in the direction of social impact opportunities based on the news content they read.
Icaros is a ‘bodytainment’ system which simulates flying and utilizes VR to let users enjoy fantastical adventures while they workout.
Reveal is a new app which combines social media with its own integrated cryptocurrency, creating an owner out of every user.
Bookindy is a Chrome plugin which hijacks Amazon’s site and tells customers the best book price from their local store.
Avakai are smart wooden dolls that use Bluetooth and various sensors to help children connect to each other from afar without any screens.
Free Code Camp is an organization teaching anyone to code and enabling them to become software engineers by working on projects for nonprofits.
Waste management company Bigbelly is piloting a scheme in New York, using their smart trash cans as vessels for a municipal WiFi network.
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