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              theatlantic : 

   A designer imagines  hourglass-inspired traffic lights .   



 I can’t resist a piece on the reinvention of ordinary objects, and this is an exemplar design. While it doesn’t really need an explanation, here it is anyway: 

 
   Using LEDs to mimic the trickle down effect of the sand-filled glass, these lights provide a quick visual cue for how long you have before the color changes. 
 

 It’s especially important to note the use of LEDs for the stoplight, which for current stoplights has been a terribly slow implementation by counties.

theatlantic: A designer imagines hourglass-inspired traffic lights. I can’t resist a piece on the reinvention of ordinary objects, and this is an exemplar design. While it doesn’t really need an explanation, here it is anyway: Using LEDs to mimic the trickle down effect of the sand-filled glass, these lights provide a quick visual cue for how long you have before the color changes. It’s especially important to note the use of LEDs for the stoplight, which for current stoplights has been a terribly slow implementation by counties.

theatlantic:

A designer imagines hourglass-inspired traffic lights.

I can’t resist a piece on the reinvention of ordinary objects, and this is an exemplar design. While it doesn’t really need an explanation, here it is anyway:

Using LEDs to mimic the trickle down effect of the sand-filled glass, these lights provide a quick visual cue for how long you have before the color changes.

It’s especially important to note the use of LEDs for the stoplight, which for current stoplights has been a terribly slow implementation by counties.