Springwise Daily | Kids' drawings turned 3D, gamified gene research, and billing errors managed on-the-go


August 30, 2013.

Hi Jim,

Here are the new business ideas that caught our attention today:

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AR app brings kids’ drawings to life

When viewed through the colAR augmented reality app, children see their colorings turned into animated, 3D characters. READ MORE...


Through game, players aid gene research

GeneGame is a smartphone app that challenges users to form the best combinations of genes – aiding research in the area in the process. READ MORE...

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App enables consumers to challenge wrong charges immediately

The BillGuard app alerts users to suspicious charges in real time and allows them to keep in contact with merchants to resolve the issue wherever they are. READ MORE...



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Algoraves is a dance movement that merges technology and the club scene, where DJs create tracks live using software.
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Project Bootleg produced tracks made from the sound of scratched records that were placed on concert hall floors.
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The 3D-printed pieces are based on the city's familiar structures.
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3D video calls on skype, post GIF's on Facebook and track down sharks in real time.
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The fast food chain is piloting the Happy Table, which lets children hold their phones over the table to play a mobile game.
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Developer Ubisoft's CEO wants to let viewers control TV show plots, like players do in a game.
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