Smart Shoes for People with Disabilities

Ducer Technology has launched new smart shoes. They’ve launched their new haptic footwear under the wearable technology brand Lechal. The shoes help people with vision disabilities navigate from place to place. The shoes can be synced to your smartphone and will buzz the wearer to alert them whether to turn left or right. Vibrations also indicate which way the wearer should turn.

There are two Lechal products: a complete set of shoes and polyurethane insoles that can be inserted into existing shoes. The system also contains a smartphone app which connect via Bluetooth. 

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