A new kind of shoes is in the works.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Nike and Intel have developed a new technology that could one day allow a woman to wear high-end shoes with just a pair of shoes on her feet.
The shoe could look like an athletic pair of Nike Air Maxs or a pair from Under Armour, or the Nike LeBron 10 Elite.
But it could also be a pair that can be worn on a computer screen, according to The Journal.
The technology, called Wearable Energy, is a wearable display that uses energy from a nearby wireless chip to turn your feet into power tools, and it’s also possible that a pair could be connected to a pair on the other side of the planet, according the report.
The report said the technology could be used to provide power to your computer’s display, your smartphone, or your home.
And if you need to charge your laptop, it could give you a boost in battery life.
The technology could also provide new ways for women to get the most out of their footwear.
One example is Nike’s women’s basketball shoe, the Flyknit Flyknit, which features a lightweight and stylish design that’s meant to be worn for everyday wear, the WSJ reported.
But for the women who wear sneakers regularly, the technology can make the shoes less noticeable, the Journal said.