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Gone with the Wind / Gone with the Wind

A pyramid shaped diversion structure is constructed inside the rearview mirrors. When the car runs, air flows through the rearview mirrors. The wind can blow on the side windows. Then the side window would be cleaned to ensure the driver see through the windows clearly and can drive the vehicle safely during the rainy days. The pyramid shaped structure in the rearview mirrors can also be used as over speed alarm. When the vehicle reaches a high speed, the air inlet would be opened by the high wind pressure. Thus, the whistling sound can warn the over-speed driver.

University

National Yunlin University of Science & Technology

National Yunlin University of Science & Technology
Douliou, Taiwan

Design

National Yunlin University of Science & Technology

National Yunlin University of Science & Technology
Douliou, Taiwan

Pei-Pei Chen Ming-Tsung Kao Hsin-Ying Chou