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Running shoes to transmit real-time biomechanics

10/31/2012 01:01 PM EDT
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caspermalto
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caspermalto   8/6/2014 1:05:43 PM
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The Runsafer project has a lot of potential as there are a lot of people willing to buy such running shoes that would allow them to view the generated running information on a web portal. My wife considers buying cool bullet belts and such shoes for our daughters birthday, she has some weight problems and this would definitely help her create better training programs.

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SylvieBarak   10/31/2012 6:43:55 PM
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Don't Nike and Addidas already do this? I have Nike Plus and it works pretty well with my ipod (to tell me how fast and far I'm going, calories burned, etc).

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