The 10 best inventions for 2014 Best smart health innovation

You want to know what 2014 will be made of, we are drawing up for you the top 10 of the best ideas, coming from all over the world. Here are the 10 best inventions for 2014.

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1. The invisible bicycle helmet, available in stores (Sweden)

Being a cyclist in China is unconscious unlike Malmö, Sweden, where no less than a quarter of the journeys are made by bicycle. No wonder they were behind one of the most impressive inventions in cycling. While basic helmets remain uncomfortable and sometimes offer questionable protection, the Hovding, as it is called, is more like an airbag wrapped around the neck. In the event of a violent impact, the airbag is triggered and covers a much larger area than a basic helmet. The Hövding provides greater comfort and better protection for the increasing number of cyclists. What encourage the general public to choose this ecological mode of transport.

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2. Pay with facial recognition (Finland)

We stay in the Nordic countries with Uniqul, a Finnish company which shows that online shopping can go even further. This allows automatic loading of bank data thanks to facial recognition. Not only do you save time thanks to this interface, but you are also entitled to a more personalized service offering a multitude of information. Close to science fiction, Uniqul is busy making this system a reality and is even preparing to Review it in Helsinki. Uniqul is not the only company to follow the trend of facial recognition since the English OptimEyes develops advertisements that collect information about those who watch them and that the Russian Synqera has created an interface that detects the emotions of customers to offer them discounts based on their mood.

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3. A tablet, included in the shopping cart, which detects nearby ingredients to offer you recipes (Brazil)

As supermarkets become more and more intelligent, Hellmann’s Brazil is no exception. After offering recipes adapted to customers' receipts in 2012, this brand of mayonnaise, associated with CUBOCC, decided to put shelves in the carts. As customers shop in the store, they are offered recipes (all containing mayonnaise) based on the ingredients available nearby. Ads promote technology as a way to help consumers make a choice.
Technology previously used by Microsoft whose advertisements in Forbes magazine could connect via WiFi.

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4. 3D printers for the visually impaired (Japan)

3D printing caused a lot of ink to flow in 2013. However, it was not just a technological feat and some companies wished to add an educational or social dimension. This is the case with Yahoo! Japan’s Hands On Search which allows visually impaired children at the Special Needs Education School to have a tactile experience with the web by 3D printing their research results. This project shows how 3D printing can go further than its initial usefulness thanks to these objects on demand with real legitimacy. Significantly similar, iLab Haiti uses this technology to allow medical staff to have medical equipment, sometimes insufficient, when they need it.
While a few individuals have their own 3D printer, 2014 may see 3D printing becoming an industry in its own right. The Filabot concept, which allows users to reuse recyclable plastic in 3D printer paper, goes in this direction.

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5. The real-time translator could get you out of questionable conversations

We are not all equal in terms of communication. If English remains the language of the Internet, the world remains populated by different languages. It is difficult for a company to interact with a customer whose language is different. An object could solve this problem. Called Sigmo, this unit can translate statements orally into 25 languages, allowing a double conversation in real time between users of different nationalities. SiGMO, who originally wanted to get $ 15,000 for this Indiegogo project, managed to raise almost $ 250,000! Instant translation is useful for any type of consumer. ELSA, which offers translations on request for services related to immigration, is also of real interest. Sigmo and Elsa should allow real-time translation to enter a new dimension.

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6. smart health connected Legoes

Many companies around health home smart health connected devices have tried to make their products as smart as smartphones. Almost anything and everything can now be smart health connected to the web. DigitalSTROM (Switzerland) and Plugaway (China) have understood this. Not only can these systems be used as a remote control through smartphone apps, but users can also control their energy consumption or other data about their health home.
A plethora of products released in 2013 allow this, August, DoorBot or Greenbox to name a few, but digitalSTROM and Plugaway have made this technology accessible to all budgets.

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7. Smart hospital offers services via smartphone (South Korea)

The health sector has always relied on innovations and projects (sometimes risky) to eradicate diseases and improve conditions of hospitalization. Seoul National University Bundang Hospital goes further. He has set up an application to guide the patient, using electronic medical records to transmit information concerning appointments, waiting times or costs according to patients' needs. It also allows patients to integrate a personalized system of digital activities during their stay.
This project, developed for hospitals, will improve the experiences of citizens in hospitals and other public administrations.

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8. Clothes made directly in the store at the request of the customer (London)

Personalized services make consumers more and more demanding in relation to their expectations. This is especially true in the fashion industry where customers can let their creativity run wild. YrStore understands this and allows its customers to create their own clothes before printing them live in the store. Located in the very famous Carnaby Street (London), it offers a completely new experience. Rather than vegetating in front of the shelves, YrStore offers them to be active by choosing designs that really reflect their personality.
Although temporary, this project shows that the customer has a real interest in the idea of ​​contributing to the creation of what he buys. In Spain, we even think that we will soon no longer have to go to a store thanks to clothes that can be personalized by spray (aerosol spray).

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9. The news feed becoming a personalized TV show

2013 will mark the end of Google Reader but, in response to this, a new way of receiving information has emerged on the internet. Guide agrees that organizing this information is paramount. This system collects information from users' favorite social networks, blogs and news sites before turning it into a personalized TV channel.
This reorganization of digital content is further proof that users are increasingly seeking to personalize their daily lives. Wibbitz, Feedly and Flipboard hope to develop this trend in the coming year.

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10. Recycled beer cans in exchange for metro tickets (Brazil)

Demanding consumers to invest in the environment without offering something in return has shown its limits. AlmapBBDO and its Beer Turnstile campaign demonstrated this. Operating during the famous Rio carnival, visitors were encouraged not to throw away their cans of Antarctica beer. The reward is a free metro ride if the cans were indeed thrown in waste collectors who ensure that they are properly recycled. This campaign was a real success, nearly 1,000 cans per hour were recycled and public transport was much more used, thereby reducing the number of drunk driving.
In the spirit of a greener planet, the Austrian restaurant Biomat offers discounts to customers who bring their food waste, which is then transformed into biogas, which supplies the kitchen with energy. Finally, AOTERRA offers its customers to install its servers in the house. When these overheat, they heat these homes in an ecological and economical way.
These different examples should be a source of inspiration to encourage consumers to take care of their planet in 2014.

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