App uses video of customers’ feet to 3D print their perfect insole

App uses video of customers’ feet to 3D print their perfect insole

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The mass-manufactured shoes we typically wear are designed to fit the average foot, which means they don’t provide the unique support requirements of individuals’ feet. While new technologies such as Germany’s OpenGo science have provided the tools for doctors and sports scientists to analyze foot problems, 3D printed insole maker SOLS has now developed an app that lets consumers simply shoot video of their foot to help them create an orthotic insole tailored to them.

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