This Town In Iceland Paints Pedestrian Crossings In 3D To Slow Down Cars.

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In the small fishing town of Ísafjörður in Iceland, a road safety project has sprung up, almost literally!

Indeed, a new pedestrian crossing has been painted in 3D.

It’s a smart way to use a successful optical illusion to strengthen road safety.

Not only does this innovative design make pedestrians feel like they are floating in the air as they cross …

… but above all it attracts the attention of car drivers who hasten to slow down!

Yes, when we see these white bands floating in the air, we don’t want to accelerate, on the contrary. Look :

a passage for 3D petions is tested in Iceland to slow down cars

Limit speed through optical illusion

Icelandic environment commissioner Ralf Trylla called for these crosswalks to be made after seeing an identical project set up in New Delhi, India.

With the help of the public works company, Vegmálun GÍH, his will has now become reality.

Take a look at the photos of Ágúst Atlason from Gústi Productions below.

photo of the pedestrian crossing painted in 3D

men realize the pedestrian crossing in 3D

a man crosses on the zebra crossing in 3d

a child is standing on a pedestrian crossing painted in 3d

3D view of the pedestrian crossing that creates an optical illusion

Photo credits : Gústi Productions, Vegamálun GÍH and Linda Björk Pétursdóttir

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These 3D pedestrian crossings are also arriving in France

pedestrians cross on a passage painted in 3 D in France

In France, identical experiments take place. A 3D pedestrian crossing has been painted in the town of Locminé, in Brittany, to slow down the cars.

Another municipality, Cysoing in the north of France, is also testing this device, near a nursery school, in order to encourage cars to go slower.

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