INDEX: Award Winner 2013, PLAY & LEARNING Category
The dramatic digitalization of our world requires future generations to be equipped with special skills, enabling them to steer the helm of the computer age. To address this, computer scientists from University of Cambridge developed the Raspberry Pi , a tiny and highly affordable computer that can be used by people all over the world.
INDEX: Award Winner 2013, BODY Category
Two of the UN’s Millennium Development Goals are to reduce child and maternal mortality by 2015. Norwegian product developers have designed a trio of highly effective and low cost solutions to do just that. The Natalie Collection is thus designed to save thousands of lives.
INDEX: Award Winner 2013, HOME Category
While the world’s farmers harvest enough food to feed the planet, it is estimated that up to 50% of the global food supply is wasted. Fenugreen is taking on this enormous, yet often overlooked, global challenge with a simple design, FreshPaper. Low-cost, compostable and infused only with organic spices, FreshPaper keeps produce fresh for 2-4x longer, and holds the potential to change how the world keeps its food fresh.
INDEX: Award Winner 2013, COMMUNITY Category
For a long time, we have had super intelligent cars, but really dumb roads. Until now, when a young Dutch designer decided to approach the biggest part of our transportation system with a belief that roads should communicate with its drivers in order to promote both traffic safety and traffic efficiency. It is roads re-imagined.