Springwise Daily | Bra tag detects heart attacks, automatic video editing, and P2P equipment lending for governments


July 31, 2014.

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Smart tag for bras can detect heart attacks

Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, LifeTip is a tag that can be attached to bras in order to detect heart attacks and immediately alert emergency services. READ MORE...


Self-editing video automatically cuts out the boring bits

LiveLight uses machine learning and algorithms to automatically edit video reels into a montage of the most interesting clips. READ MORE...

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Listings app lets local governments trade equipment

MuniRent wants to encourage city councils to take advantage of P2P sharing by pooling their resources and lending them to each other. READ MORE...



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Physicist Invents Ice Cream That Changes Colors...and more

Alarm Clock Doubles as Barista for Easy Morning Awakening, Artist Leaves Tin Foil Sculptures in Hotels for Staff to Discover, RCA Student Invents Artificial Leaf that Can Produce Oxygen, Physicist Invents Ice Cream That Changes Colors, 'ROY G BIV' Synthesizer App Transforms Colors into Music, Gastronomists Cook Two Steaks Using Molten Lava and Lightning, Oil Company Gives Away Free Gas Made from Trees, Celebrity Cats Campaign to Save the Tiger for Greenpeace, 10-In-1 Versatile Timepiece Offered for the Price of One, Innovative Directions in the Bold New World of Fashion, Online Exhibition of Neon Lights is a Sign of the Times, Neglected Spaces Strategically Redesigned To Foster 21st Century Creative Thinking, Iceberg Candles Make Global Warming a Home Decor Option, New York Bars Hosting Theatrical Shows in Which Actors Mingle with Patrons, Houston's Astrodome May Be Replaced by a Park,

Thursday, July 31, 2014


Alarm Clock Doubles as Barista for Easy Morning Awakening
The Barisieur wakes up users with the smell of freshly brewed coffee


Artist Leaves Tin Foil Sculptures in Hotels for Staff to Discover
Leon Chew leaves his mark in rooms by placing foil art to add a little curiosity to the staff's day


RCA Student Invents Artificial Leaf that Can Produce Oxygen
The synthetic material can photosynthesize and survive at zero gravity, creating new opportunities for space exploration


Physicist Invents Ice Cream That Changes Colors
Manuel Linares has come up with a patent-pending breakthrough for the cold, sweet treat


'ROY G BIV' Synthesizer App Transforms Colors into Music
Users can turn their environment into a musical production with a mobile device and the swipe of a finger


Gastronomists Cook Two Steaks Using Molten Lava and Lightning
This innovative interpretation of barbeque gives an adventurous look into contemporary food design


Oil Company Gives Away Free Gas Made from Trees
The Gasoline of the Future uses leftovers from the Swedish forest industry to power vehicles and influence politicians.


Celebrity Cats Campaign to Save the Tiger for Greenpeace
Lil Bub, Hamilton the Hipster Cat and Princess Monster Truck call on pet cats to create memes for International Tiger Day


10-In-1 Versatile Timepiece Offered for the Price of One
The Everyday Watch by Mijlo includes ten variations at an affordable price


Innovative Directions in the Bold New World of Fashion
Documentary provides holistic perspective on transformations happening across the fashion industry


Online Exhibition of Neon Lights is a Sign of the Times
Four-thousand photos by Hong Kong residents form part of the interactive exhibition


Advertising
Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Instagram Campaign Creates Lo-Fi Purple Straw Filter

Arts & Culture
New York Bars Hosting Theatrical Shows in Which Actors Mingle with Patrons

Design
Neglected Spaces Strategically Redesigned to Foster 21st Century Creative Thinking

Retail
Screenshot Shopping Wish List Gives Alerts on Price Drops

Technology
Code School Founder on Creating a Diverse Tech Community

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Need To Know: Health

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Need To Know


A design for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation hopes to create an elliptical-shaped female condom.
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Spire tracks breathing patterns to help people improve their state of mind.
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Data produced by wearable devices are providing users with a new view on how they can maintain a healthy lifestyle.
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Drchrono's new Glass app puts patients' vital and clinical information right in front of healthcare providers' eyes.
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PSFK Labs looks at how wearable technology is enabling wearers to become more involved with decisions about their health.
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This week's innovations include Google Glass in the operating room and an app that lets the infirm crowdsource tasks. Innovative stories from the world of wellness.
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StorkStand is a collapsible, lightweight structure that can transform any seat into a mobile workstation.
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Hong Kong venture capital firm, Deep Knowledge Ventures has appointed an artificial intelligence tool to help predict which companies to invest in.
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Personalized medical devices for young adults improve the chances of treatment success.
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A device called Cue puts lab-quality medical testing in the hands of consumers.
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Donor Cable transfers power from one device to another to highlight the need for blood donations.
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Three-legged Kangaroo Cup makes life easier for people with the degenerative disease.
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Researchers are working on replacing latex with a material called "tough hydrogel."
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Tera uses illumination to guide users through capoeira, pilates and more.
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Locals target harmful noise pollution using their smartphones as sensors
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To promote sexual health awareness, ad students created a Tinder profile for a fictional nurse.
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Apple's new software will gather and store health-related data and offer control for 'smart home' devices.
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DermoScreen diagnoses melanomas with impressive accuracy.
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IBM's Watson helps dermatologists make diagnoses and a device that lets you conduct medical tests at home. Innovative stories from the world of wellness.
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In this video, Scott Thrift talks about why breaking things down into hours, minutes and seconds makes us less productive.
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Designer Daan Roosegaarde plans to create a piece of jewelry that contains particles from the city's air as it gets cleaned.
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The Living Heart Project explores 3D models' potential to combat and prevent heart disease.
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New app Pager lets you request house calls from approved doctors to get care wherever you are.
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An Applebee's chat app, Instagrams as payment and the wise words of a 17-year-old entrepreneur.
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Publicis Sao Paulo created an ad that draws a parallel between the need to constantly re-power our mobile devices and the human body.
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Fujitsu, the Japanese tech giant, wants to feed the world with fresh vegetables grown in an old semiconductor fabrication plant.
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Quitbit keeps track of all the data you need to quit, including how much money you're saving.
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Technology to help people stay on top of their chronic conditions.
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An app that fights childhood obesity and a device that uses the sun to purify water. Innovative stories from the world of wellness.
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Measure fertility, testosterone and so much more with single droplet of saliva.
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