Groundbreaking devices always seem to create new uses beyond their original intentions.

While we’ve been watching the thoughtful ways that folks have been adjusting to content and communication through the iPad, groundbreaking devices always seem to create new uses beyond their original intentions.

Pittsburgh-based Maya has introduced the iPad Sprocket App and Pocket holder, a back-mounted sleeve and app that react to body movements to signal a biker’s navigational intentions to motorists. If you stop or slow down, a bold “STOP” sign appears on the screen; lean right, a right turn arrow will appear.

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