The OpenGo Science is an Insole That Relays Info to Your Doctor

By: Michael Baxter - Apr 21, 2014
References: moticon.de & springwise
OpenGo science will allow doctors to accurately figure out and treat what most ails their patients by relaying the information to their doctors. The sole is ultra-thin and can measure many things such as poor form and weight distribution, making it easier to pinpoint issues and change them right away.

Sport injuries can be hard to identify because often even if you know the problem, you don’t know the severity or the cause. The purpose of the OpenGo science is to be the gap between the athlete and their doctor.

The soles use no wires and are powered completely by a small battery. When the data needs to be transferred it’s as easy as moving all of the data to a USB stick.