If this system is adopted by the streets of our cities, then drivers are going to have to drive more carefully when they see pedestrian crossings. Imagine that when the traffic light turns red, dozens of laser rays are laid in front of you, separating the cars from the pedestrians who start crossing the street. It's a scary sight, actually... But don't worry: the rays aren't powerful enough to make any damage.
The idea is good and proves that a suggestion is enough to generate motivation among the more nervous drivers but, above all, the main advantage is the visibility system. The projected rays create a virtual wal, similar to a flat screen TV, where various images, in the same colour as the traffic lights, appear. When the lights are red, for instance, images of pedestrians crossing the streets appear. Will this idea become a reality?