A designer has invented a pair of GPS-enabled shoes, which are being exhibited in Northampton.
GPS shoes already exist, but they've been more about tracking the wearer.
Dominic Wilcox's invention solves that though by putting directions right at the tips of your toes.
The leather shoes were hand-made, with some technology tucked inside the hollow left heel.
In the right shoe there are different coloured LED lights.
They start off red and work up to green once you've reach your destination.
A wheel of LEDs on the left shoe show you which direction to walk.
The shoes are programmed through a USB connection to a computer with a mapping software program.
So all you have to do is choose your destination, load it into your shoes, and lace up.
And it's activated...by a simple click of the heels, just like Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz."