A smart object to help you through grief might be less dumb than it sounds


The exhibition floor at SXSW offers a mixed bag of experiences, from smart motorcycle helmets to devices that induce stuttering (true story, I tried it, it didn’t work). But one of the more intriguing products was to be found at Canada’s stand: Fragment, a smart commemorative object that helps grieving relatives get through their pain. At first glance, the object caught my attention because it looked like something straight off the internet of shit twitter. A smart urn, really? But after talking to founder David Beaulieu, it actually started making sense. The Quebecois entrepreneur told me he had been in…

This story continues at The Next Web


The Next Web

Leave a Comment