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Bluetooth Enabled Footwear to Keep Joggers from Losing Their Way

by Kathy Jones on  April 15, 2014 at 10:18 PM Lifestyle News   - G J E 4
A footwear that uses bluetooth to signal the user's mobile phone's mapping system to navigate has been developed by researchers.

The technology, which is called Lechal, gives a buzz in either foot to indicate a change in direction, the Daily Star reported.
 Bluetooth Enabled Footwear to Keep Joggers from Losing Their Way
Bluetooth Enabled Footwear to Keep Joggers from Losing Their Way
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Lechal costs 100 pounds either fitted in trainers or as insoles that can be slotted into normal shoes.

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Krispian Lawrence, who developed the idea with partner Anirudh Sharma, said that the technology is as easy to use as a tap on the shoulder and if the user tap on the foot, they can turn in a direction.

Source: ANI
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