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  • Lechal: following your shoes
  • Lechal: following your shoes
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Lechal: following your shoes

India-based Lechal has released a shoe with smart insoles that uses Bluetooth to connect with wearers' smartphones. People can set where they want to go on their phones and the shoes will navigate them to their destination – via either the left or right shoe vibrating. 



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