Mercy Cards is a credit card-like form of payment that you can use to pay for a homeless person’s meal or whatever you like. The company is launching through popular crowdfunding site indegogo.com. Continue reading here.
Earlier in November, individuals from around the suburbs and city attended a unique, out-of-the-box technology event based on sharing world-changing ideas and opening minds. SiliconPrairieSocial was able to be a partner of this incredible event. Continue reading here.
The Wheaton company utilizes new fabric technology and crowdsources artwork from independent artists in American to create custom T-shirts online. The company also gives a portion of its profits to art-related charities. Continue reading here.
13-year-old Zach Huebner is one of two winners of the 2012 Boy Scouts of America Innovation Challenge. The contest was made to solve today’s problems with tomorrow’s products. Continue reading here.
Lake Zurich based Perkins has created a 21st century brailler that uses multi-sensory technology to help the blind type. The brailler allows the blind to feel and hear that they are typing and allows those instructing the blind to see what they are typing. Continue reading here.