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Digital knitting and smart socks could change injury rehabilitation

The technique 'could be used to produce smart shoes that track the gait of someone who is learning to walk again after an injury'. Image: Unsplash/Malik Skydsgaard

Adam Zewe

Writer, MIT News Office

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'The multilayer knit textile is composed of two layers of conductive yarn knit sandwiched around a piezoresistive knit. Image: Irmandy Wicaksono

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