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Adidas and French web engineer Didier Brun have created the tap shoes of the future: Sneakers that make music when you dance. The shoes are wirelessly connected to speakers, and they're set up so that dancers can change the range of sound and the volume by moving their feet. Click through for a video demonstration. [Wired]