Veristride_webUniversity of Utah professor Stacy Bamberg, of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, is developing a smart insole, called the Real-Time Rehab system, through her startup company Veristride. The immediate application for this technology is for amputees who would like to reduce how much they limp when using prosthetic legs. Users or physical therapists can choose from visual, audio or sensory feedback.

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