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MIT Design Lab Sneaker Knows How Tired You Are

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MIT Design Lab and Puma have teamed up to develop shoes that adapt to your feet. Using bacteria, the insoles sense fatigue levels based on sweat. The shoe fabric ventilates based on heat patterns in the foot.
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What do you think of this? Would you get this for yourself and why?
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I would be scared to use those. What if it starts eating the bottom of your feet?
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after watching this -def walking barefoot.
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..because humans can no longer sense fatigue in the future
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I don’t need a shoe to tell me how tired I am. My knees and back let me know every morning.
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No, thanks. I prefer to keep bacteria AWAY from my feet and toes.
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This is a thing i'd want.
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this is sick
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So the shoe will be in sleeping mode when the weather is too cold? And not functioning when too hot ?
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Waking up tomorrow with damn foot fungi and mrsa lol
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Bacteria? That's closer to infection, I guess.
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unamused face weird idea ...
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