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Could This Be the Future of Athletic Shoes?
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Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 15 May 2008 03:32

Verb for Shoe

Welcome to a computer on your feet. Verb For Shoe adjusts itself based on
embedded sensors. Stand next to someone else wearing Verb For Shoe and
pass and your e-Business Card info via wireless technology (Verb for Shoe)

Until recently, the idea of technology and footwear has been relegated to the design aspects. Some designs have embarked on computer aided laser etching, and certainly the design of soles has changed dramatically over the past 20-30 years with the use of computer-aided design.

The shoe you see above may be the future of footwear. Named Verb for Shoe, it has an on-board computer system that senses your movement and adjusts bladders on-the-fly  for comfort.

To add to that, it's a social networking device. Stand near to someone else wearing a pair of Verb for Shoe and pass along e-Business Card information via wireless transmission.

Cost? A cool $700.00

In a continuation of interviews with those working in the business of sports, we offer up the Business of Sports Network with Ronald Demon, the inventor of Verb for Shoe, and CEO of VectraSense Technologies. More images of the shoe design, within.

An Interview with Ronald Demon. Smart Shoe Inventor, CEO VectraSense Technologies

 

 
 
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