days and pretty much every cell phone. So why shouldn’t your shoes come equipped with navigation as well?
A start-up in India is working on a pair of GPS-enabled “smart” shoes that vibrate to give the wearer directions.
The shoes come with a detachable Bluetooth transceiver that links to a smartphone app to direct the wearer using Google maps, sending a vibrating signal to indicate a left or right turn.
The shoes also count the number of steps taken, distance traveled and calories burned.