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Japanese Pedestrian Guidance System
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Japanese Pedestrian Guidance System
Japan is a nation facing serious population density issues. In an attempt to streamline the flow of pedestrians, Researchers have developed floor tiling that subconsciously directs your movement.

This invention was created by researchers at Tokyo’s University of Electro-Communications . It uses lenticular lenses that change appearance as one shifts their perspective.

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Posted by nova on June 23, 2011
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