The Granata Lab currently has 10 loadsol insoles for the collection of in-shoe pressure data (St. Paul, MN).  The loadsol system is used to monitor the pressure beneath the foot while the subject is wearing shoes similar to the pedar-X system.  Each insole in the loadsol system is a single sensor and is able to be collected through an iDevice (iPod, iPad, iPhone) to allow for collection of data in various settings outside of the lab.  These insoles provide the force time curve for both the left and right foot.  From this information custom matlab codes are used to determine the peak pressure, loading rate, and impulse during a variety of activities in various settings.  The loadsol insoles allow for real-time data collection as well as biofeedback to the subjects during a variety of activities from climbing stairs to running and jumping.