Canadian Govt to slow down drivers by using 3D illusion

Canadian Govt to slow down drivers by using 3D illusion


British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA) has come with a
creative idea by drawing a 3D illusion of child to with a ball to reduce the speed of cars. Amazingly its working for drivers because it looks like real child when you are driving.

The illusion of a young girl chasing a ball will be on 22nd Street in a school zone by the British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA) Traffic Safety Foundation, the District of West Vancouver, and safety advocacy group Preventable.

David Dunne, of BCAA, said the idea of the experiment is to remind motorists to expect the unexpected while on the road. The image is painted on the road and elongated to make it appear three-dimensional when viewed from an approaching car



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