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Crossing Guide-Tile / Public utility

Crossing Guide-Tile
Crossing Guide-Tile

It is a dangerous thing for blind people to walk across the road. They cannot feel whether they are walking in a straight line or not. Without others’ help, they usually walk out of the zebra crossing area. It is a dangerous experience. After the guide-tile originally paved on the road is applied to both sides of the zebra crossing, the blind people can hit the guide-tile on both sides so that they can make sure they are walking on the zebra crossing. When cars pass the zebra crossing, the guide-tile can alarm them to slow down and protect other pedestrians on the zebra crossing.

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National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Taipei, Taiwan

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National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Taipei, Taiwan

Hong-Wei Lin Shyh-Chung Chung Hao-Siang Min

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