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Solar Powered Glass Crosswalk Changes Color At Night [Pics]

Solar Powered Glass Crosswalk Changes Color At Night [Pics]
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The eco-friendly innovation activates when users touch the pole.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 9 may 2013

The Glass Sign is definitely not your average street sign. The eco-friendly street sign by designer Aibek Almasov is powered by solar energy and is activated when the user touches the pole.

The sign stays off when not in use and only uses energy when activated by touch. It also recognizes night time; Its display glows red at night. The duration of the crossing signal depends on the length of the road being crossed

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See more photos of this unique pedestrian crossing sign below.

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