Graphic designer Takayuki Yoshida developed a concept video for a Tokyo crosswalk (called a zebra crossing down here) at night. It’s not real yet; it’s just an idea … but what an imaginative re-think of crosswalk safety for pedestrians. Clearly it would work best in the absence of other visual noise, and would have to be tested in a range of environments before moving to production. And there’s the small matter of needing new technology to make this work without the use of a heads-up display, screen, or other substance to project the images onto.
Great work Takayuki Yoshida. I like it.
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