Contributing Monkie G Monkie
Published on January 23, 2009
CrunchGear posted about a concept product which would generate a virtual bike lane using lasers attached to the riders own bike.
By Nicholas Deleon
January 16, 2009
“What this concept attempts to do is make the streets a tiny bit safer for city bicycle riders. A device attaches to the back of your bicycle and projects an instant bicycle lane onto the road, as this picture show. That way, you can whip about town without a care in the world, knowing that you’re letting other dirvers know that, hey, this here is a bicycle lane.” Continue Reading
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