The invention of the “Standup Varibike” is diverse and somehow brilliant. Probably no other outdoor sports equipment offers that much variety, flexibility and fun. In addition, it is convenient for getting around like a scooter. However, it is a much more effective and diverse. Finally, the arms can be used [...]
Special understanding is critically needed on how new cyclones of artificial intelligence-laced, blockchain technology-driven digital platforms with capabilities like LinkedIn and baby-Alibaba type models will dance on global trade. Alibaba just broke some records: USD 1 billion sales in 3 minutes, and the other day some 24 billion dollars in [...]
Every year more than 80 billion plastic bottles are cast adrift into our oceans and landfills – with each bottle taking more than 400 years to decompose.
Closca Bottle has a stretchy silicone flap-strap with a magnetic closure that transforms water bottle into water wearable—and it comes with a complementary smartphone [...]
Quirky.com was launched in 2009 with a mission to make invention accessible to everyone. You could share your ideas with a community of over a million people and get involved in bringing the best ideas to market. They started hundreds of thousands of idea projects through the community, launched hundreds [...]
It's a wareable bracelet, like a fitbit or similar, but, it's passes on hugs from friends and family.
It'll expand and warm up when people send it a hug via an app.
Imagine someone is going through an illness, or bereavement, or just the first day at a new job – [...]
Humans have been incredible innovators since the beginning of our history. Each new invention laid the groundwork for more sophisticated technology, more advanced cultural practices, and more impressive innovations. We often take the things we have for granted, but it's important to remember that not so very long ago, great [...]
This is insane, a skyscraper where every apartment block rotates on the central core so the building is constantly changing shape and the view constantly changes.
More on this design here.
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The Chinese government plans to launch its Social Credit System in 2020. The aim? To judge the trustworthiness – or otherwise – of its 1.3 billion residents
They are calling it a Social Credit System. They will seemingly do this by monitoring and evaluating your daily activities; what you buy at [...]
This is new research from Harvard Business Review is worth a read. They analysed millions of employees of users of an innovation management platform called Spigit. If you only have 60 seconds, here are the take-aways;
Scale – more participants. To succeed, an innovation program needs lots of participants. It's the [...]