GPS Sneakers

Do you love your newest GPS watch? What would you think about a pair of GPS Sneakers?

Well a man named Isaac Daniel created a pair of shoes that have a embedded GPS chip in them. Right off the top of your head you could think of many reasons to have these GPS Sneakers, they could track your run, allow searchers locate a lost hiker, keep track of your kids and even maybe your spouse.

Isaac Daniel calls the tiny Global Positioning System chip he’s embedded into a line of sneakers “peace of mind.”   

He wishes his 8-year-old son had been wearing them when he got a call from his school in 2002 saying the boy was missing. The worried father hopped a flight to Atlanta from New York where he had been on business to find the incident had been a miscommunication and his son was safe.

Days later, the engineer started working on a prototype of Quantum Satellite Technology.

Isaac Daniel hopes the next time someone wears his sneakers, the footwear may prove to be life saving. The 38-year-old engineer and one-time United Nations scientific analyst has developed a line of running shoes with a tindy Global Postioning System (GPS) chip that can locate the wearer anywhere in the world with the press of a button.

Daniel said the 350-dollar sneakers, which he believes can help save children in trouble or even Alzheimer patients should be in every home.

The GPS sneaker is a great idea that can be used in many fields, maybe they will come out with a minimalist line.

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