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Week 11 – The car as a driver

This week’s focus revolved around 2 sections which were, How the car signals its intentions to pedestrians and other cars. How the car signals its intentions to its passengers.   For section 1, Teague Labs has done research on this very issue, however their project is focused on a farther future when traffic lights are phased out. This requires the… Read more →

Week 3 Finding How People Get Lost

This week consisted mostly of research into how people navigate. One consideration was to change the layout of an MRT station. Inspirations for this week included this fascinating TED talk that changed the function of a public space with just paint. It gave me an idea of painting public transport nodes with different lines to guide commuters.   In an… Read more →

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