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Slideshow: Making Sense of Connected Sensors
11/26/2012

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Murata Manufacturing showed off a running shoe embedded with clear piezo film devices and a Bluetooth smart module. Five small patches of piezo film placed on the sole can detect friction and foot movement inside the 'smart' shoe, allowing it to measure and help regulate the user's walking or running habits.
Murata Manufacturing showed off a running shoe embedded with clear piezo film devices and a Bluetooth smart module. Five small patches of piezo film placed on the sole can detect friction and foot movement inside the "smart" shoe, allowing it to measure and help regulate the user’s walking or running habits.

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Re: Scoliosis sensor
Charles Murray   11/27/2012 6:31:53 PM
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That makes sense, Jack. What a great way to eliminate costly MRIs or x-rays for people who might not really need them.

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