Brilliant Sole Makes Any Shoe a Smart Shoe: CES 2020

By | January 12, 2020

Medgadget Editors Exclusive, Rehab, Sports Medicine

Our feet are impressively capable, but they’re virtually ignored as a method for interacting with computers and other electronics. Brilliant Sole, a company out of Wilmington, North Carolina, has been developing technologies to allow the feet, via a pair of smart soles, to be used as a controller for other devices. We envision such capabilities to be used in medicine to help rehabilitate patients, to provide some disabled folks with a novel controller option, to monitor certain diseases and conditions, and to track how individuals exercise.

Here’s a company rep giving us a quick intro to the company at CES 2020:

Link: Brilliant Sole homepage…

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