The shoe has 26 lights embedded within it so anyone can see how far you've run, 1 light for every mile, and is a physical prototype that shows how it could look. It can sense movement and ideally would be hooked up to Nike+ technology to measure the distance run. My idea is about exploring the broadcasting of the Nike+ information that has so far always remained private to each runner. For each mile you run a light goes on from the back of the trainer to the front so that when you pass someone running, they know you're faster and have gone further.

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