I’m pretty sure it’s only in the movies that people so blindly turn a corner that they smack into another person walking around the corner from the opposite direction. That’s why the Corner’s (sic) Communication device concept by Sanghoon Lee is so completely unnecessary. It’s a little corner mounted gizmo that makes a sound and lights up when someone is approaching from around the corner. But if you’re so wrapped up in your own world that you don’t even see someone walking around a corner, what are the odds you’re going to be paying attention to a wall mounted light. Slim to none and slim just left town.
2 thoughts on “Corner Communication Warning Sign Solves a Nonexistent Problem”
This actually happens at least twice a week where I work. People rarely get hurt but it makes for an awkward experience thats why hospitals and other facilities use those mirrors that let you see around the corner.
What if both see the light, and they both stop to wait for the other to walk by?
Comments are closed.