Mui is a decorative and interactive wall hanging for the home
Wibbitz automatically takes the pertinent facts out of daily stories and presents them in a more mobile-friendly format.
Beauty blogger Michelle Phan has created a makeup line, which incorporates fans’ suggestions received on her video channel.
Jizen helps potential applicants prepare by monitoring their physiological signs, and providing techniques to moderate nervous body language.
Russian platform Twistock treats Twitter users like stocks that can be bought and sold.
CrowdSend encourages users to tag pictures with information about the things depicted within them to create a new user generated image search.
The Divorce Newspaper is a Japanese innovation that helps broadcast news of a breakup quickly and efficiently to loved ones.
New online service, TruthMarket, tests the veracity of public claims from major figures.
UK brand Very has launched what it describes as the world’s first festival clothing service designed to keep attendees at Virgin Media’s V Festival well-dressed.
Instead of getting a sample through a large needle, San Francisco startup Sano Intelligence has created a sensor that can gather data through the skin.
Canada-based Hospital for Sick Children has created the Pain Squad software which helps motivate patients who often suffer deep emotional trauma to keep track of their symptoms and condition.
My Corner Office aims to incentivize corporate workplaces by displaying real-time status updates on Facebook-like profiles, to showcase exceptional personnel activity.