2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
We are used to working from morning to evening. We have to sit at the workplace all day and pretend to strain. In Europe, these issues are treated differently. Employees can move freely during working hours on the territory of the enterprise. They can eat, drink and go about their business.
Google employees, for example, can devote almost 40% of their time to developing their ideas and translating their designs. As a result of this liberal attitude towards workers, Talking Shoe has emerged.
Puregoogle reports that Adidas sneakers were unveiled during the SXSW technology conference. These are not simple sneakers. They communicate with the owner using a built-in microcontroller and speaker. In addition, Talking Shoe has an accelerometer (acceleration meter) and a gyroscope (body position meter). Using these sensors, the shoe beeps based on how the person is moving.
Adidas also managed to integrate Bluetooth support, the information through which is transmitted to Google Glass glasses or a smartphone. The product praises the wearer for walking, jogging and lying on the couch if the load was significant.
The German sports shoe company approved the idea, but unfortunately Google said the sneakers would not be available. Although the developers of the project said that anyone can release their own "talking" sneakers, and the search giant will not interfere with this.
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