Puma has come up with a shoe that incorporates “biologically...

Puma has come up with a shoe that incorporates “biologically active materials” – that is, living microorganisms – in the upper. The resulting “dense nanosensor net,” as the German brand calls it, mirrors the heat and sweat on the wearer's foot down to the “microscopic level.” The resulting image generates ...

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