Smart’s Dancing Traffic Light aimed to capture the attention of pedestrians and incentivize more to wait for the green man until crossing the road.

Pedestrians often ignore the “red man” for pedestrian lights to cross the road before. Unfortunately, this leads to accidents. Intelligent manufacturer has created an experiment to see if you can improve safety at traffic lights by encouraging pedestrians to wait for the green man.

Traffic Dance aims to capture the attention of people waiting to cross a street in Lisbon, Portugal, showing a figure in red dancing to the music rather than the standard static figure. The figure is a low resolution of people dancing in a hut close representation.

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