Honda is working on a GPS navigation system that goes into your shoes

The navigation system could be commercially available by the first quarter of 2023. — AFP Relaxnews

It will soon no longer be necessary to have your eyes glued to your phone to find your way around the world’s major capitals.

Honda, through the startup Ashirase, Inc, is developing a new kind of GPS navigation system that would create vibrations at the level of the feet and toes to guide the wearer along a precise route and reach their destination without any hitches.

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