is an interactive wearable that allows people to explore their own movement in space in an unusual way. It was created during the module "Physical Computing" at ZHdK Interaction Design. The product consists of a wearable made out of reused neopren and two small devices that need to be attached to different feet. Each movement produces a different sound, creating a unique sense of motion. By wearing the wearable on the feet rather than the hands, MOVUS highlights a part of the body that is often forgotten when it comes to interaction or creation. It also gives the people a new sense of balance, as normally one foot has to stay still while the other moves to avoid falling.