Published On: June 29, 2017Categories: Emerging Tech

Emerging Tech with AT Potential: SolePower

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Video screenshot shows heal of SolePower boot and the words These shoes are powered by your steps. These Smart Boots are made for walking.

Our AT3 News & Tips community survey showed a strong interest in emerging technology. Here’s a work boot using new technology – a kinetic charger – that has considerable potential as assistive technology. SolePower advertises itself as wearables that charge themselves. The boots incorporate lights, GPS, and sensors (monitoring falls and fatigue). AT applications seem obvious: cool light-up shoes for kids with autism or adults with dementia who wander? Other applications? Learn more about these smart boots at Solepowertech.com.

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This video is captioned but has no audio (besides music). Here is a transcript and description for screenreaders: SolePower Video Description.docx

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