From popular mechanical equipment to rapidly becoming a common human habit, walking while watching mobile phones, some countries are making plans to protect their downsides --Staring at the Citizens
The most recent attempt came from the town of Boulder Greven in the Netherlands, about 6 miles north of Gundam.
With the help of HIG transportation systems in the Netherlands, their idea is to embed the led as a pedestrian traffic light into the sidewalk.
Its working principle is this: This project is called a "light line" and its working principle is very similar to that of ordinary people who happen to be embedded in the sidewalk.
When the green light is about to change, it flashes to remind distracted users to change and then turns red.
The idea is that people who bury their heads in their smartphones are more likely to see lights in their peripheral vision.
This is a smart concept that recognizes that humans will not stop looking at mobile phones, but cities can build smart infrastructure to solve this problem.
According to The Guardian, the small project has set up lights around several schools, but if it turns out to be useful, HIG wants to build more lights.