Footwear is getting another upgrade by offering multi dimensional interactivity to shoes for comfort and socializing in the real as well as the virtual world.
As a pioneer in the field of computerized footwear and creator of Verb for Shoe, Ronald Demon from VectraSense Technologies, said ‘We are not just selling some high tech gadget, but are providing an entire experience which includes technology.’
VectraSense does indeed have a lot of experience in computerized footwear as they brought the world its first computerized adjustable shoe back in 2000.
Since then VectraSense has worked out a cool looking 21st Century shoe that provides excellent wear comfort due to a computer controlled cushioning system. Two balloons in the shoe sole will inflate or deflate depending on the activity of the wearer. The on-shoe computer is constantly monitoring the activities, adjusting the cushion comfort on the fly in real time..
The interactivity of the Verb for Shoe does not stop here; it can interact with other wearer of Verb for Shoes to exchange personal data (if wanted). I can already imagine a social network community forming that is partly off-line and partly on-line active. More interactivity than social networks like Facebook or MySpace can offer.
The Verb for Shoe connects to a PC wirelessly so you can literally walk with them in the virtual world as well. Part of the experience VectraSense offers is to create an online platform where Verb for Sense wearer can link up and socialize in the virtual world as well as in the real world.
It’s an amazing shoe that is now available via Verb for Sense online store for a – hmmm – experience for money price of $ 699.99
For that money you get a combination of signature styling, craftsmanship, innovation, lushness and exclusivity of having the world’s first shoe leaving a mark (foot print) in the real as well as in the virtual world.