Global Positioning System (GPS) technology is no secret, which comes equipped in smartphones or tablets nowadays. But let it be grabbed with you everywhere you want, might be coolest idea ever. That said; what if you could tell your shoes about your destination and they guided you to it? Cool? Okay! Then read on for more…
Dominic Wilcox, a British designer, just has revealed some details regard the GPS brogue shoes concept. Lets you get rid to look on the screen every other minute, the new GPS-equipped Brogue Shoes has a GPS sensor [in the left shoe of the pair] placed in the heel which is activated by clicking the two heels together, and help you find out the right path by themselves.
After uploading a destination to the shoes through a USB connection from a laptop, a circle of brogue perforations reveal LEDs that light up to indicate which direction the wearer should take. In the meantime, a progress bar of red LEDs illuminate as the wearer gets closer to their target.
Stay tuned with us for additional details. Meanwhile, sounds off in comment box below if you like this idea of Mr. Wilcox.