Saturday, 28 June 2014

Force-tracking shoes go offworld

Given that there isn't any gravity on the International Space Station you’d think that shoes would be a very low priority, but on the latest Russian Soyuz capsule to dock with the station, NASA sent along a pair of high-tech ForceShoes to monitor astronauts as they exercise to make sure they get the full benefits of their workouts... Continue Reading Force-tracking shoes go offworld

Section: Space

Tags: Astronauts, Exercise, International Space Station, NASA, Shoes, University of Twente

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