Turn Signal Gloves for Cyclists Will Save Lives

Turn Signal Gloves for Cyclists Will Save Lives

A Google engineer turns his attention to bicycle safety with Zackees Turn Signal Gloves

Jason Brick
  • 25 may 2015

Zach Vorhies, formerly a software engineer at Google, has developed turn signal gloves for bicyclists. The Zackees Turn Signal Gloves light up along the side when briefly held together.

A blinking turn signal will pulse at the back of your hand, letting motorists know you’re going to turn or pass, and on which side. The palms also include a layer of grip for better control of your bike.

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