Ducere Technologies’s Smart Shoes promise Windows Phone compatibility

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Ducere Technologies, a new Indian start-up, is set to release a new type of wearable- a smart shoe with a haptic interface, that will not just be able to record your stride and exercise, but also offer GPS navigation by sending vibration signals to your feet to guide you around the city.


The Ducere Lechal shoes will be available either via full shoes or just insoles, and feature a 10 day rechargeable battery and connects via Bluetooth to your phone. The company promises iOS, Android and also Windows Phone support.

The shoes should cost between $100 and $150, and Ducure notes that, unlike smart watches or glasses, you will never forget to leave home without your shoes.

Read more about the gadget at Lechal.com here.

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