Stuck in a traffic jam? With the push of a button, Hum Rider elevates and widen its wheels to drive over cars in front of you during traffic jams. Don’t get excited, it’s just a promotional campaign for Verizon’s Hum cloud-connected automotive tech. Watch the video below.
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.
Snorelax is a alarm app that wakes you up earlier when there are traffic delays. The app is designed to analyzes traffic on your route and adjusts the wake up time so that you’ll arrive on time. It also wakes you up with the latest traffic updates and how long you have before you have… Continue reading Snorelax: Alarm App That Helps You Arrive On Time
China has tests the first-ever elevated transit bus, called TEB-1 that rides above traffic. The elevated bus is about 21.3 meters (70 feet) long and could transport up to 1,400 passengers. The futuristic transit bus runs on electricity and solar power, which goes up to 60km/h (37mph). Watch the video below.
A Chinese company has unveiled an amazing futuristic designs of an elevated bus capable of providing a solution to traffic jams. The vehicle, known as the Transit Elevated Bus, will carry passengers from one station to another, and is able to glide over cars on the road. The bus model was on display at 2016 China Beijing… Continue reading Elevated Bus Designed to Drive Over Traffic Jams
If you thought traffic was bad in Kuwait, then spare a thought for the poor drivers who were left stranded in this huge 50-lane traffic jam in Beijing, China. Drone footage captured an insane traffic jam in Beijing, China that stretched 10 kilometers as thousands traveled home after the a week-long Golden Week national holiday… Continue reading The Most Insane Traffic Jams in the World
Videographer Jarbas Agnelli of São Paulo, Brazil created a short musical phrases to looped patterns of cars as they drove down a New York highway. No speed changes, no effects whatsoever, just plain trial and error. Check out the video below.
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