Unveiled at the Barcelona Street Project, the easyJet 'Sneakairs' are designed to offer vibrational feedback to help direct wearers when they're visiting a new city. The 'Sneakairs' work by incorporating a vibrating sole that connects wirelessly to the wearers smartphone to help offer directions rather than force users to keep looking at their phone.
The prototype 'Sneakairs' would allow wearers to explore at their leisure and rely on the vibrating soles to lead them in the right direction. The easyJet 'Sneakairs' prototype shows promise for being a quirky, innovative way to explore a new city. The brand believes that the prototype shoe design could one day be developed for purchase by passengers on easyJet flights prior to landing as a different form of sightseeing.
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