Ducere Technologies, founded by two Indian techies announced the launch of LECHAL (pronounced lay-ch-al, meaning “take me there” in Hindi) claimed to be the world’s first interactive footwear with haptic feedback. Lechal is the first of many fashion segments that the company hopes to tap into, but at the same time the product has its roots in a socially beneficial noble cause. Lechal started as a project with a social aspect, which was to create an aid for the visually impaired and each pair sold will result in a subsidised pair for blind people.
In the press conference held at Mumbai today, one of the founders, CEO Krispian Lawrence unveiled two products, the first being the Lechal insole which can be slipped into any footwear to make it interactive and the latter being a Lechal shoe with the same technology incorporated in it. We’ll look into the details of the two products below.
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