French Mobile & Digital Agency Phoceis created these incredible color-changing light-up platform sandals (translated from French):
Imagine a shoe that would change color depending on your mood or your favorite jacket accessory. The agency Phoceis #choose designed to change the color of your shoe in seconds, all controlled by a smartphone application This innovation has enabled Phoceis to be selected among the best records of the call for project launched by the NSE6 PICOM. Seduced by the concept, the brand Eram brings its expertise to achieve a finished product.
The shoe circuit color is controlled by a smart phone app, and there’s an inductive charging coil in the shoes for wireless recharging of the battery. An Arduino Micro is clearly visible in the process photos:
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