Developed by researchers at University of Twente’s MIRA research institute, the ForceShoe contains four sensor modules at the heel and the front of the foot to analyse the precise movements of your feet. Like how much force your foot is exerting on the ground at any given moment. The shoe was initially developed to assess rehabilitation in stroke patients, but researchers are now looking at using it in high-level sports analysis.
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