Listen to your body.

AudioGait is an interactive gait optimisation. It translates movements into auditive feedback.


Headphones Application Insoles

Individualized Assistance

Auditive real time feedback

Visual Real Time Feedback


Several Interface Choices



AudioGait is an application to improve your gait. Insoles equipped with sensors and microprocessors are reading and analyzing the user’s gait. Detected wrong patterns are getting adjusted through the right sounds. Depending on the mode you set, it will either guide in order to improve or directly translate the patient's movements into sound. Thus work like an additional sense.


Patients going through physical therapy are facing a lot of obstacles. Besides being forced to stay positive while working on their own well-being, rehabilitation is a very time and money consuming process. Waiting for scheduled appointments, leads to inefficient training-gaps. In addition it makes patients feel dependent and insecure. They have no control or confirmation about their progress.

What if you could practice wherever and whenever you want to? Regardless of your diagnosis.



A physical action always results out of a psychological effort. We want to support patients getting back into walking by creating a motivational harmonic interaction between the users’ movements and its resulting sounds.


Nobody walks  absolutely flawless.

AudioGait helps to correct existing wrong walking patterns by teaching the user how to balance incorrect habits. Starting in a physical therapy centre together with therapists, the user then, can train on a every day base without having to go to a certain place.


Most wearables may read and analyze your data, but don’t give direct feedback about your behavior and walking style. AudioGait prevents chronic physical damages like chronic back pain that might develop in the long run without even realizing.



A pair of Smart Insoles. An Application. Pleasing Sounds.


Pressure sensors and gravitation sensors read the users movements. The pure data gets reworked through AI technology and algorithms.


An easy to use visual interface offers you several training options. The pure data now gets translated into the right sounds, which is based on the individualized exercise the patient selected.


Based on the Moshé Feldenkrais method, sounds smoothly lead the patient to a positive therapeutic success. Thus, as one doesn't want a physical therapist to shout, there's no wrong and annoying sounds.

Looking for


AudioGait is a medical product. In order to create medicine, we need to transform data in the cleanest way possible.

Medical Partner

Besides working with developers and sound designers, we are already closely working with partners in the medical sector. Nevertheless AudioGait is always looking for hospitals and therapy centers in order to make it an universal product.

Investment Partners

Creating a medical product does take a lot of resources. Not only to develop the product itself, but licensing it as a valid medical product.

Prizes And Selected Exhibitions


Who We Are

Bernardo Aviles-Busch

CEO and Project Manager
Bernardo Aviles-Busch is a product designer and artist focusing on visual arts and sound. Bernardo studied fine arts at the University of Barcelona and product design at Weissensee Academy of Arts & Design in Berlin and has been working for Jin Kuramoto Studio in Tokyo.

Markus Kreutzer

Designer and Technologist
Markus Kreutzer is a designer and technologist currently based in Stuttgart. With a focus on creative research, computation, user experience and future concepts, his work involves disciplines like interaction design, software development, visual design and speculative design.

Hannah Eicher

Marketing and Controlling
Hannah Eicher studied fashion management in Berlin. She has a great feeling for trending innovation and has been working for Mykita in the fields of marketing. With a realistic approach towards business, she helped making AudioGait not only an interesting thought, but a profitable business idea finding the right strategy.


Agnes Rosengren and Bernardo Aviles-Busch started working on AudioGait while studying Product Design at Art School Weißensee in 2015. It was intended to be an experimental semester-project between Otto Bock, FabLabBerlin and Art School Weißensee. AudioGait has enough potential to become a game changing product in physical therapy, which is why we kept on developing and working on it until this day. Researching and working on AudioGait wouldn’t be possible without funding. AudioGait is a project funded by the tech accelerator DesignFarn Berlin.

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