The Magic Roundabout in Swindon, England, was constructed in 1972 and consists of five mini-roundabouts arranged around a sixth central, anti-clockwise roundabout. WIRED explain how the incredibly complex seven-circle roundabout works, and how it manages to keep traffic flowing smoothly. Watch the video below.
Remember the Samsung Safety Truck when they use a built-in cameras and huge rear-mounted displays screens? Well it’s the same principle in effect here. Richard Hammond from Top Gear installs a huge display screens with cameras on a Ford Transit to give it the power of invisibility. The screens gave a live feed of the town surroundings, making… Continue reading Top Gear Invisible Van
Dutch CRM software company Archie posted a live stream of a vehicles and bikes traveling through a roundabout in Purmerend, The Netherlands. Watch the live stream below. via: Laughing Squid
Samsung has created a ‘Safety Truck’ which aims to reduce crashes when drivers attempt to overtake long vehicles on one-way roads. The trucks use built-in cameras and huge rear-mounted displays screens to provide drivers with a clear view of what’s in front of the truck. The technology was developed in partnership with Leo Burnett advertising… Continue reading Samsung Safety Truck
An interesting Anti-public urination street sign in Mikulov, Czech Republic that aims to prevent those who feel no shame relieving themselves on the streets. The sign explains that violators will be recorded and publicly shamed on YouTube. via: Laughing Squid,
A new speed camera installed on top a road sign at one of the highways in Kuwait. In the short video clip below, which was shot by a driver from the other side of the road, it features the hyper camera flashing the speeding vehicles about 13 times in less than 30 seconds. I wonder how much money the Department of… Continue reading New Speed Cameras on Road Signs in Kuwait